November 21, 2012
CCC Policy Briefing Showcases Model Programs in New York City School Food
CCC’s Innovative Practices: Model Programs in New York City School Food Policy Briefing on November 20 brought together school staff, parents, nonprofit leaders, and other stakeholders to learn about school meal and nutrition education programming currently in place in schools and communities throughout New York City.
The panel showcased the work of experts at the forefront of efforts to bring innovative food programming into classrooms and communities:
The panel demonstrated how collaborative approaches that cut across sectors can have a meaningful impact on the well-being of New York City’s children. In addition, participants had the opportunity to learn how to bring nutrition education resources to children in their schools and communities, and about ways to advocate for expansion of school food programs.
Go to CCC’s Healthy Affordable Food page for more on CCC’s efforts to ensure that all children have access to healthy affordable food options.
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