Can schools avoid 'lunch shaming' and still pay the bills?
Clip: 07/30/2019 | 7m 13s Video has closed captioning.
Public school districts have made headlines in recent months for putting children in the middle when their parents owe money for their school lunches. The controversial practice, known as “lunch shaming,” has sparked national outrage and prompted a conversation about how these debts are handled. John Yang reports and talks to Crystal FitzSimons of the Food Research & Action Center.
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