Calif. district's classroom breakfast program gets mixed reviews

04/19/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Nearly 90% of teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School district who responded to a survey about the district's classroom breakfast program said they favor cafeteria breakfast programs over classroom-based ones, citing less instructional time and increased messiness as two reasons. District officials say student outcomes have improved since starting the program in 2011, and they have tried to address teachers' concerns.

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