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Future generations of children all rely on the choices made today about junk food in schools. If these unhealthy foods remain in school systems, then the obesity epidemic will rise even more, leading to more health problems to more of the population. Schools play a major role in student development, and will forever impact a child. So now it is time to decide whether to get rid of those golden French fries or die.
This staggering number directly relates to the childhood obesity problem in America. There are many people involved in the school lunch and breakfast programs and major stake holders with huge sums of money invested. Recent revisions, by the Department of Agriculture, in the rules regarding the dietary guidelines followed by breakfast and lunch programs has upset the major stake holders and the people involved. Most schools are arguing that the new rules will cost the schools too much. Some people are also arguing that it is impossible to implement these new rules.
School lunches are corrupting youth by robbing their bodies of the nutritional value they need to succeed in their studies. There are many side effects of a poor diet. Processed foods are part of that equation. According to the article, “10 Things the Processed Food Industry Doesn't Want You to Know, and Body Ecology’s 2 Powerful Tools to Help You Fight Back!” low Iron and food additives have been linked to children with ADHD. This article also speaks to how the ingredients in processed foods cause the human body to become addicted much like a substance abuse addiction.
Introduction Hunger is an issue that impacts students at the University of Kansas. This report will highlight the evaluation that was done to justify the opening of a food pantry on campus. The report covers the initial proactive evaluation, the clarifying evaluation, an interactive evaluation, and a monitoring evaluation. Proactive Evaluation The purpose of the proactive evaluation is to find out if there is a hunger issue at the University of Kansas. Based on the results of the evaluation, a program could be created to meet the needs of the student population that is impacted by hunger.
Furthermore, if children eat more sugary products they become hyper. The food from vending machines also causes lifelong health problems. “Lack of iron is the most widespread nutrition problem for children and adolescents, despite the iron fortification of food and other programs to combat this deficiency” (par.10). If we don’t get enough iron needed for our body, we can have negative effects on our health, and it also interrupts our children 's learning abilities. We need to make sure that our body gets all kind of nutrients needed for good health.
There are some things that are being done to address the issue. More things could also be done to prevent this issue that children are facing. The rise of obesity among children has increased over many decades. Research shows that obesity is a health issue that is rising because of fast food restaurants not revealing the calories and nutritional content in their food product’s, parents not taking time to feed their children healthy home cooked meals and children not getting enough exercise. Obesity has taken over many kids lives.
Should Fast Food be banned in schools? Fast Food franchises like McDonalds and Burger King are popping up on school campuses all across the United States. With many schools currently facing budget woes, some school officials have been inclined to allow it in order to make up for the lack of financial funding. However concerns about the health impact associated to long term consumption have ignited a debate about school policies and if junk food should be allowed in school. Opponents are calling for a ban on these foods being allowed in schools because of the negative effects such as health issues, behavior problems, and the idea that better food choices can be made available to students.
Schools around the world have different opinions toward junk food, to either provide it in schools or not. Many students do not qualify for school meal programs which leads to students to eat unhealthy junk food during lunch. If schools really want to stop child obesities, schools need to find a way to allow all students to be accepted for meal plans. It’s not fair for those students who do not get to eat a healthy lunch on a daily
Two questions were developed to understand why parental engagement is low in an alternative education setting and what factors need to be in place at a school site to ensure parent engagement. The research questions for the study are: 1. What factors attribute for parent disengagement at an alternative school site? 2. Is student expulsion process a barrier for parental student involvement?