The school meals program for the Washington, DC, Public Schools has come under fire from the district council for a program deficit of more than $10 million a year, reports the Washington Post. The deficit was revealed in an independent audit commissioned by the school system, which analyzed the period between 2008 and 2012. Council members accused district foodservice provider Chartwells-Thompson Hospitality of overcharging for its services, but the company says the disparity came ...
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