It’s said an image is worth a thousand words. But, in the age of social media, certain images of unappealing school meals can be worth millions of page views and a chance to make a difference. For nine-year-old UK student Martha Payne, a simple writing project in which she blogged about the highly unappetizing state of her school »
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March is National Nutrition Month, so we’ve put together a lesson plan that will teach teens to take responsibility for their eating habits. In this lesson, teens examine the fast food they eat, consider its nutritional value (or lack thereof), and learn how to make healthier choices in the future. Also, check out our lessons in honor of National Women’s History Month and Mardi Gras.
Should teachers be able to grade the parents of their students? Florida state rep. Kelli Stargel (R) thinks so, and she’s working on a bill that would give elementary school teachers that power.
February 6th was Super Sunday, but it was also Souper Sunday for some 15,000 churches and community organizations dedicated to fighting hunger in the U.S.
Summer is the worst time for kids who don’t get enough to eat at home. USDA-funded summer programs only feed about one in five poor children. Find out what you can do to help.