This helps, what, carriers and trunk lines? (Not that it's a bad thing)
Yes, exactly that, of which there are many you personally depend on to post your condescendingly uneducated contributions to
While it would seem that providing all children with lunch would cost districts more, the pilot federal initiative turns that assumption on its ear. The initiative encourages school districts to move toward full participation by providing districts with reimbursements that will in fact absorb the cost of providing lunch to students of all income levels, whether they walk to school — or if a chauffeur drives them.
"We will at least break even, if not come out ahead because of federal reimbursement," according to district superintendent Craig Butler. The conclusion comes after the Hazleton district purchased biometric software to track students who receive free or reduced-cost lunches.
Neckties strangle clear thinking. -- Lin Yutang