Thursday, May 16, 2013

Los Angeles Board Votes To Keep Classroom Breakfast

The Los Angeles Times (5/16, Castellanos, Watanabe) reports that given the increased funding under California Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) education budget, the "Los Angeles Board of Education agreed to pay for more school police, maintain a classroom breakfast program and keep supplemental staff at schools. ... The breakfast program, which feeds more than 2,000 students in about 290 schools across the L.A. Unified School District, passed unanimously," the Times reports.

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