April 2014
Kind News (Junior - Grades 3 - 4);Apr/May2014, p4
The article offers information on the Meatless Monday program imposed by school districts including the Los Angeles Unified School District, to promote eating healthy and tasty meat-free meals. A brief historical background of the Meatless program during the World War I and II which aimed to developed people health, environment and better treatment of animals. The Academy for Global Citizenship, a public charter school in Chicago has also promote cultivation of vegetables in school's garden.


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