A Legal Aid report outlining “lunch shaming” led to the 2014 law that directs schools NOT to take public action against kids whose families can’t pay for their lunches. Jessica Webster with the Legal Services Advocacy Project believes some school districts have maintained the practice. Read the article here.

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