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2004 Golden Carrot Award Winners
The Golden Carrot Awards go to food service professionals who approach child nutrition in an innovative way that encourages children to eat more healthfully. The winning programs feature low-fat meals; encourage kids to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; provide vegetarian or vegan menu items; resp
2004 Golden Carrot Award Winners
The Golden Carrot Awards go to food service professionals who approach child nutrition in an innovative way that encourages children to eat more healthfully. The winning programs feature low-fat meals; encourage kids to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; provide vegetarian or vegan menu items; resp
2004 Golden Carrot Award Winners
The Golden Carrot Awards go to food service professionals who approach child nutrition in an innovative way that encourages children to eat more healthfully. The winning programs feature low-fat meals; encourage kids to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; provide vegetarian or vegan menu items; resp
2004 Golden Carrot Award Winners
The Golden Carrot Awards go to food service professionals who approach child nutrition in an innovative way that encourages children to eat more healthfully. The winning programs feature low-fat meals; encourage kids to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; provide vegetarian or vegan menu items; resp
2008 School Lunch Report Card: Results
Background | Criteria | Report Card |   The Report Card School District Score Grade Montgomery County Public Schools (Md.)
2008 School Lunch Report Card: Results
Background | Criteria | Report Card |   The Report Card School District Score Grade Montgomery County Public Schools (Md.)
2008 School Lunch Report Card: Results
Background | Criteria | Report Card |   The Report Card School District Score Grade Montgomery County Public Schools (Md.)
2008 School Lunch Report Card: Results
Background | Criteria | Report Card |   The Report Card School District Score Grade Montgomery County Public Schools (Md.)
2006 School Lunch Report Card: Results
background | the criteria | the report card |   The Report Card   School District Score Grade Fa
2006 School Lunch Report Card: Results
background | the criteria | the report card |   The Report Card   School District Score Grade Fa
2006 School Lunch Report Card: Results
background | the criteria | the report card |   The Report Card   School District Score Grade Fa
University of Colorado Drops Dog Labs from Medical Training
The University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU) has stopped using animal laboratories in its curriculum for medical students. CU is now using computer simulations and analysis of prerecorded responses in the cardiovascular physiology laboratory instead of conducting fatal experiments on dogs—a change that
University of Colorado Drops Dog Labs from Medical Training
The University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU) has stopped using animal laboratories in its curriculum for medical students. CU is now using computer simulations and analysis of prerecorded responses in the cardiovascular physiology laboratory instead of conducting fatal experiments on dogs—a change that
University of Colorado Drops Dog Labs from Medical Training
The University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU) has stopped using animal laboratories in its curriculum for medical students. CU is now using computer simulations and analysis of prerecorded responses in the cardiovascular physiology laboratory instead of conducting fatal experiments on dogs—a change that
University of Colorado Drops Dog Labs from Medical Training
The University of Colorado School of Medicine (CU) has stopped using animal laboratories in its curriculum for medical students. CU is now using computer simulations and analysis of prerecorded responses in the cardiovascular physiology laboratory instead of conducting fatal experiments on dogs—a change that

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