Education headlines: School lunches in the spotlight

Teens with ADHD are much more likely to drop out of school than their nondisabled peers. Health Day interviews the authors of a new study who says schools must find ways to meet these students’ needs… In this digital age, students are having a hard time grasping that copying words they did not write for school assignments amounts to plagiarism, the New York Times reports… Lunch ladies are learning new culinary skills to meet the growing demands for more nutritious school foods, according to the Associated Press… And on the same topic, First Lady Michelle Obama writes for the Washington Post about why she supports the Child Nutrition Act reauthorization. (Read NSBA’s viewpoint on the legislation in this School Board News story).

Joetta Sack-Min|August 2nd, 2010|Categories: Announcements, Wellness, Obesity, School Board News|

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