Breakfast in the Classroom in the News, February 2012

One of the most useful, simple tools to use is Google Alerts—we really can’t recommend it enough. We got into the habit of using Google Alerts to track relevant news and information surrounding school nutrition (and specifically, school breakfast) after reading Free for All: Fixing School Food in America by Jan Poppendieck. Jan wrote about using the Alerts as part of her research, and we’ve been employing the same strategy ever since.

February has offered up some great stories about breakfast in the classroom, from all over the country. If you are passionate about childhood nutrition and school food, we encourage you to set up your own Google Alerts—we love getting stories each day on “school nutrition” and “school breakfast.” Here are a few of our favorites from February:

Please join us for the two remaining online events on our current Webinar Wednesday schedule, and stay tuned for future webinar topics to be announced! Coming up we have:

  • February 28, 2012: Peer2Peer Connect Q&A, “How to improve the online presence of your CN Department.” Register online.
  • March 6, 2012: Peer2Peer Connect Q&A, “Food Allergies.” Register online.
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