Should schools control what kids eat for lunch?. I have a point of order here. You may think i am being picky, but it is an essential and important distinction. Schools can control what they sell to kids for their lunch. However, I do NOT think they should control what kids actually eat for lunch. They can teach solid nutrition and provide information about good choices and how nutrition contributes to better moods and better learning, not to mention their health and weight. That is as far as it should go. In addition, there should be a bin for unopened, uneated food that the students don’t want. This food could be collected and provided to a) a homeless shelter or b) to families that are in need that attend the school.
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