The US Department, Education, recently announced that it will start testing schools in the 2020-2021 school year.
There will be more testing in schools next year.
The announcement comes after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and states announced that they will begin testing students in the fall.
For now, the new program will require school districts to provide students with a sandwich containing at least 2 ounces of fruit and vegetables, and 3 ounces of cereal or soup.
Teachers can choose from a variety of breakfast options, including a biscuit, bagel, banana, oatmeal, cereal, and oatmeal and crackers.
Students will also be able to choose between a lunch menu and a fancy dinner menu.
School lunch programs can be a good tool for helping families with their children’s food needs, but they are a lot more expensive than regular meals.
The federal government has paid $6 billion into the program in the last decade, with the majority of that funding coming from states.
Currently, the program covers about 2 million students in more than 2,000 schools.
While the program has proven to be effective at helping families, it’s also created a lot of controversy.
Earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued guidelines that have caused some controversy, including a report that said the program was not effective in helping families in poverty.
This new program was not designed to be a perfect solution, but it was certainly a good start.
What you need to know about the US Department of Education’s school lunch program.