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Food in Curriculum Could Mean Hidden Dangers for Students with Food Allergies



Guest post by Jan Hanson When we think about food in the school setting, our minds usually conjure up pictures of snack foods eaten by youngsters in elementary school, festive treats consumed at birthday and holiday celebrations, or noisy cafeterias filled with students voraciously eating their lunches so that they can get to recess. Research […]

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School Leaders and PTOs! Green Your School’s Fundraising



What do your school’s fundraisers say about your school and community? Does your school sell wrapping paper that gets thrown away? Or candy made with GMOs, high fructose syrup, and artificial colors? How about magazines? Or a fundraiser of products that may contain toxic ingredients, and offer plastic reward trinkets for students– promoting materialism, wastefulness, […]

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