"Probably. But you didn't learn how to chop chives in elementary school.
"Reading, math, science, history, social studies—a cooking class covers it all.
“'It’s learning, but in a way that’s very different than what kids are used to,' said Jeannie Fournier, director of nutrition and health education for the Food Bank for New York City. 'It’s not about testing. It’s not about their scores.'”
Written by Janey Rausa Fuller for Epicurious. Read the full article here.
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