Chicago Charter School Adopts Healthy Courses

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Soft drinks are being ousted from vending machines in Chicago public schools to help fight against childhood obesity. A new charter school in the city is doing much more, by incorporating physical activity, health education and better nutrition into everything students do as Hear NPR's David Schaper.



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