5 things:  Chicago students boycott “unhealthy” school meals

5 things: Chicago students boycott “unhealthy” school meals

This and more are the things you missed for the week of Nov. 30.

Each Friday I compile a list that highlights five things you probably missed in the news that week and why you should care about them.

Here’s your list for the week of Nov. 30:

1.    Chicago students plan school lunch boycott
Since the inception of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) in 2010, boycotts of school meals have been taken place across the country. Most of those boycotts were during the first year or two of HHFKA’s impleme

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