The next time you go to the grocery store, think about the kids.
Every time they are going to school, they are the ones making sure their food is good.
That’s not just a matter of a few students making sure the right food is in their lunch.
It’s the students who are making sure that every other student is well fed.
The students are the reason public schools across the country have been so successful, says Dr. Susan Hsu, who has studied school nutrition for 30 years.
“We are not feeding enough kids to meet the needs of the next generation.”
The research that’s done over the past several decades has found that the number of kids in public schools in North America is declining.
According to a report by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the number is down from 2.2 billion in the mid-1970s to 1.6 billion today.
The researchers say that’s because more students have access to nutritious food.
But there are many other reasons for the decline.
Hsu says the most obvious one is that there’s less money in public education.
That means fewer resources are being put into the schools to teach kids how to do science and math.
That also means less time is being spent teaching about how to prepare children for college.
When we talk about school nutrition, we’re talking about food, which is the foundation of the American economy, says Hsu.
It is the mainstay of the economy, and that’s why we have the best economy in the world.
What’s more, it’s also important to keep in mind that when we talk to kids in schools, we are talking about the next group of kids.
They have not only been educated in public school, but have also been exposed to nutrition programs that are available in public, private and charter schools.
And they have been exposed, in part, to the idea that food is not just about food.
In North Carolina, the number one reason the school system is failing is because it’s feeding kids who are not in public or charter schools, and those kids are not being fed, says Sarah Tew, director of food services at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District.
The same is true of the schools where children are being exposed to a variety of other food options.
It’s also a challenge to keep the school in a place where there is enough food to meet demand.
“It’s hard to see why the public school system isn’t feeding the kids that need it,” says Hsie.
But in some ways, that’s not the problem.
There are a variety and variety of reasons why the numbers are going down.
There’s a lot of money in the food system, and the food is coming in all sorts of flavors.
In the end, you’re trying to feed kids who need it and those who don’t, says Tew.