The School Lunch Initiative partners have developed numerous resources
to support school lunch reform efforts and teaching and learning in schools
The Center for Ecoliteracy, for example, offers:
Ideas: Linking Food, Culture, Health, and the Environment,
a conceptual framework for integrated learning based on food and food
School Lunch Guide,
a 10-point planning framework for improving lunch programs, academic
performance, ecological knowledge, and the well being of children.
Inc. Discussion Guide,
a guide to the 2009 Academy Award nominee, Food, Inc.
For more information, visit the Center for Ecoliteracy
The Chez Panisse Foundation offers:
Years of Education at the Edible Schoolyard for
program coordinators, community members, and others interested in creating
programs like the Edible Schoolyard.
Mathematics Delicious for
middle school math teachers; offers rigorous hands-on math lessons tied
to standards in the context of the kitchen and garden.
You Need to Know about School Lunch,
for policymakers, educators, and parents; provides strategies for how
to change school lunch in their communities.
For more information, visit the Chez Panisse Foundation