Your 2023 Child Nutrition Policy Year in Review
The introduction of a flavor bar, full of spices and sauces, makes lunchtime more delicious for students at some Iowa elementary schools.
Next month, FoodCorps will join thousands of educators, entrepreneurs, creatives, and advocates at the SXSW EDU Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas!
The bipartisan Food and Nutrition Education in Schools Act of 2020 would allocate federal funding for projects that connect students to healthy food.
Shasta Elementary School students learn about growing their own food with the help of the the school’s aeroponic planter system.
Undoing racism takes work. That means reading up on racial justice and learning how we contribute to—and benefit from—structural inequities.
School-aged children spend six to seven hours a day in school, yet they receive just five hours of nutritional education on average in a given year.
The president’s proposed 2021 budget, proposed changes to school meals, a new food and nutrition educator bill, and other February policy updates.
The Food and Nutrition Education in Schools Act would bring educators into schools to implement hands-on, evidence-based food and nutrition lessons.
Tiffany McClain, FoodCorps’ VP of Organizational Equity and Inclusion, offers ways for FoodCorps and other organizations to address racism head-on.
What does a “strong” country actually mean for the health and well-being of our nation’s students? Our hopes for the 2020 State of the Union Address.