Wisconsin School Breaks Up Lunchtime Cliques With Assigned Seating A school in Wisconsin is trying to take anxiety out of the lunch-time experience. It has assigned seating with a teacher at each table. Officials say it improves school culture. Others aren't so sure.

Wisconsin School Breaks Up Lunchtime Cliques With Assigned Seating

Wisconsin School Breaks Up Lunchtime Cliques With Assigned Seating

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A school in Wisconsin is trying to take anxiety out of the lunch-time experience. It has assigned seating with a teacher at each table. Officials say it improves school culture. Others aren't so sure.