Some parents oppose lunch program for struggling students in Tenn.

11/1/2013 | WSMV-TV (Nashville, Tenn.)

Under a statewide pilot program, students in a Tennessee high school who need academic interventions are receiving them at a learning lab during lunch. The school's split-lunch program has drawn criticism from some parents who say it cuts into students' lunchtime. School leaders are defending the program, noting an increase in graduation rates since launching the initiative two years ago.

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