The Camden (NJ) City Schools Foodservice Department wasted more than $1.5 million in food and failed to collect almost $500,000 in meal tabs from students, according to a consultant’s report examining the department’s performance over the 2007-08 school year, according to the Camden Courier-Post. The report prompted a pair of state legislators to request an investigation by the state attorney general into possible criminal violations, including theft. The review by the Edvocate consulting ...

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