part of our spring 2016 Food Policy for Breakfast Seminar Series
In September, 2014, New York City inaugurated a new policy of universal free lunch in its stand alone middle schools. After a year and a half of experience with the universal approach, what do we know, and what do we want to know? A panel of researchers, educators and advocates will consider what we have learned thus far, and what else we need to know about free lunch at school.
Panelists (additional panelists TBA)
Liz Accles, Executive Director, Community Food Advocates
Renata Peralta, Ph.D. Candidate in Politics and Education program, Teachers College, Columbia University
Randi Herman, Council of School Supervisors and Administrators NYC
Moderated by Jan Poppendieck, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Policy Director, NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Skylight room, 9th floor
Programming begins promptly at 9:00am – arrive at 8:45 for coffee and open networking.
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