Professor Penington, who led
successful response to the AIDS epidemic, Australia
If this plan was implemented, wouldn’t it be a little like giving a child a letter to take home, addressed to the parents and telling them they were inadequate, or somehow defective? Or not, depending on the level of insight or the resources of the parents.
I know times have changed, but maybe it's only the type of junk that has changed, really.
On the other hand, why shouldn’t teachers solve the problem of childhood obesity? Many people assume they can solve all the world's other problems.