Food Policy Fight
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Which sentence from the article would be MOST important to include in a summary of the article?CorrectIncorrect
Read the list of sentences from the article.
1. In Australia, for example, many schools don’t have a cafeteria.
2. And, of course, packing a school lunch to take to school is as American as apple pie.
3. In Sweden, where students chow down on a hot main dish and their pick of vegetables from
a salad bar, no one needs lunch money.
4. The country with a system most similar to Italy’s is its neighbor, France, where kids are
expected to eat their school’s multi-course meals, with almost no exceptions.
What central idea do these details support?CorrectIncorrect
Read the selection.
Italian parents aren’t accepting their situation so willingly, according to Poncibò, who is seeing
panino pushback. She said she knows of families protesting by refusing to purchase school
supplies. “Their reaction is, ‘If we can’t bring food, we won’t bring the other things.’”
What does this selection explain that other sections do NOT?CorrectIncorrect
Read the selection from the article.
“So there can be a stigma around who’s participating and who’s not,” FitzSimons says, meaning
kids without a lunchbox can feel singled out for being poor.
How does this selection contribute to the article’s main idea?CorrectIncorrect