However—of all the options he had for trying to get his ideas implemented, he chose what I consider to be one of the weakest. He could have chosen to approach the school board and work with the food service staff off-camera; he could have chosen to do a one (or even two) hour TV special documentary on his proposal, the implementation, and the outcome (possibly using a follow-up at six months); he could have chosen to work as a volunteer teacher in the culinary ed program; he could have even ...

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