once i know those things you would do then i could comment about whether i would find them appropriate and workable
but you offer nothing specific ... you only point to the problem itself and never offer a solution. this matter of addressing the issue of hungry, malnourished students is but a singular example of your inability (or unwillingness) to offer solutions
if the welfare and the food stamp programs were enough then this problem would not be one we need to address. but the reality is, this is a problem now being undertaken by the congress. why do you want to avoid reality [another rhetorical question ... we recognize it is because you have no answers, only gripes about problems]we already give them welfare and food stamps...when will enough be enough?