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Use of School Lunch Program Soars in Georgia

More Georgia students than ever before are relying on federally subsidized school meals — many for the first time — as families struggle to make ends meet in the sluggish economy.

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Buffalo (N.Y.) Schools Offering Free "Alternate" Lunches

The school board is close to adopting a policy that would make sure every student will be able to eat lunch at school, even if they don't have any money.

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'Fed Up with Lunch' Exposes Worst School Meals

In January of 2010, an elementary school teacher decided to eat school lunch every day for a year and write about it anonymously as Mrs. Q. on her blog, Fed Up With Lunch.

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The Wholesome Chef

Jim Rowan, food service director of two northwest school districts, on feeding students quality meals

The New School Lunch

As part of a healthier school food movement, food service providers and district administrators find creative ways to provide better meals.

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System Lets Students Eat with Fingers

Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4, Cope, S.C.

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