Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

4 responses to “Lunch shaming in RI: Suburban schools say let students eat cheese sandwiches”

  1. Lunch shaming in RI, part 2: Urban schools and cheese sandwiches

    […] suburbs aren’t the only place lunch shaming happens in Rhode Island. Some urban school districts have also experimented with the so-called cheese sandwich policy […]

  2. Legislation would end ‘lunch-shaming’ cheese sandwich policy, maybe much more

    […] Part 1: Suburbs say let them eat cheese sandwiches […]

  3. Raimondo on lunch shaming: ‘We shouldn’t be singling kids out’

    […] Part 1: Suburbs say let them eat cheese sandwiches […]

  4. Pawtucket ends lunch shaming, moves toward free food for all students

    […] part was to stop lunch shaming. In April, RI Future flagged the Pawtucket School District as one of several in Rhode Island that serves cold cheese sandwiches to students if their parents don’t pay […]

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