Food service is the most frequently privatized support service among Minnesota schools, according to a report from The Mackinac Center for Public Policy. The study—Survey 2008: School Service Privatization Grows Again—found that 29.1% of the state’s districts report having contracted either management or operation of their foodservice program. That is actually down slightly from the 31.2% from the previous survey and the first decline in the six years the Mackinac Center has been surveying ...
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