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Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat : The Origins of School Lunch in the United States (Hardcover) (A. R.
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In Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat, historian A. R. Ruis explores the origins of American school meal initiatives to explain why it was (and, to some extent, has continued to be) so difficult to establish meal programs that satisfy the often competing interests of children, parents, schools, health authorities, politicians, and the food industry. Through careful studies of several key contexts and detailed analysis of the policies and politics that governed the creation of school meal programs, Ruis demonstrates how the early history of school meal program development helps us understand contemporary debates over changes to school lunch policies.
Number of Pages: 201
Genre: Education, Social Science
Series Title: Critical Issues in Health and Medicine
Publisher: Rutgers Univ Pr
Author: A. R. Ruis
Street Date: July 5, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-33-7866
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