California officials say they will continue to withhold funding from San Francisco until the city gets administration of its school lunch program straightened out, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. The district has been forced to subsidize free and reduced price meals, to the tune of around $1.5 million, since the state stopped payment because of administrative violations found during a surprise inspection last year. The violations included problems with how subsidized lunches were ...
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