Bill_Universal free school meals

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Dear Colleagues, This Act may be cited as the Universal free school meals Findings If we want to get a better education, why not start with improve student health at school! It is proved that students who skip meal or live in families that experience hunger have been shown to be more likely to have lower scores on exam; of course this is a result from less ability to participate in classes. Parents usually give children packed lunch to reduce the cost. However most of packed lunches are unhealthy that could cause many problem for students. In additional, students who get packed lunch or no meal at all may find it difficult to get along with friends during lunch time. Purpose Provide Universal free school meals for students. Student must get at least one free healthy meal each day, therefore improving the quality of education. Also avoid the discriminate among students. Proposed Legislation Section 1: The United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service will
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Unformatted text preview: administer the Universal free school meals program. Every student must get at least one free healthy meal each day. This program should take effect as soon as possible. The U.S. Department of Education will be responsible for funding this program. All the cost will be counted into the National education budget. Section 2: This program should apply to all primary and high school, public and private, in the U.S. and eligible to all students. The alternative option also need for vegetarian students. Section 3: Schools shall be allowed to co-operate to make this program more effective, such as meals schedules, extend options, and provide more fruits and vegetables. Section 4: If any part of this Act is found to be in conflict with federal or state law, that part should be amended but the program should be not affected. Section 5: This program should not be terminated....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2010 for the course POLITICAL PS260 taught by Professor Craigcobane during the Spring '10 term at Uni. Iceland.

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