- I got to cram as many practical resources as I possibly could into eight small slides.
- It made me take stock of the plethora of innovative programs working to reform school food around the country.
- It was an opportunity to focus on the folks in the front lines trying to bring about change one small step at a time.
As you’ll see in the slide show over at Great Schools, you don’t need to host a press conference at Twitter HQ or front a reality TV show or even be married to the Commander in Chief to replace sugary cereals with a salad bar.
No one says it’s easy. And it certainly takes a posse of parents to get the job done. But as Stern says: “If we can do it in my school district, you can do it in yours.”
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