The impact of "no-pay" and open campus policies
(Continued from page 1) Every day, in every cafeteria in America, a few kids show up in the lunch line who are not qualified for free or reduced price lunch, but also do not have money to pay for their meal. Many school districts feed these kids something, although some offer only a "meal of shame" (for example, a cold cheese sandwich, or a bowl of cereal). Others allow students to charge at least a few meals, and then try to collect the outstanding balance from ...
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