The School District of Philadelphia will grade principals on breakfast participation as part of their performance report cards, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. All of the district’s 165,000 students are eligible for free breakfasts, but only about 54,000 participated last year, according to district figures. The goal is to increase that to around 70,000 by 2011. While child nutrition advocates were generally encouraged by the policy, some principals questioned whether breakfast ...

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