Camden (NJ) Schools has voted to privatize its school dining operations, extending a contract to Aramark Education Services, reports the Camden Courier-Post. The district expects to save $2 million and get a guaranteed $100,000 payment from the contractor with the deal. An investigation concluded more than a year ago had found the self-operated nutrition services department was running a multi-million dollar debt in part because of waste and inefficiencies. The director at the time, Tony ...

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