One of the country’s largest school districts, Orange County (FL) Public Schools has historically maintained a proud independence in operating its foodservices. That threatened to change about a decade ago as problems began appearing in the previously self-supporting department and losses started to mount. Significantly, many of those problems could be traced to their aggressive approach to site-based management that OCPS had nurtured, and which, for foodservice in an earlier era, had ...
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