Perceived Effect of Public School Food Laws on Academics
by Peter Graham on Jul 9, 2013 | Views: 121 | Score: 0
|Very||Somewhat||Not too||Not at all|
|Public School Parents||18||31||22||24|
|Nonpublic School Parents||12||40||20||25|
How effective would laws regulating public school foods be in improving academic performance (%)?
Aside from the positive physical effects federal laws restricting unhealthy food options at public schools might have on American children, a majority of national adults and nonpublic school parents said such measures would be either 'very' or 'somewhat' effective in improving academic performance.