Well technically most parents are not "qualified to make any decision about nutrition" from a professional standpoint either.
you are the ones adding to my comment when that is not what was meant.
What you implied was that if the teachers were qualified nutritionists, then they would be qualified to make decisions about confiscating sack lunches and replacing them with government approved lunches.
The schools should not be making any decisions at all about what the parents choose to feed their children. I don't care what kind of degrees in nutrition they have, it is none of their business.
You left the door open my friend. Your comment suggested that under certain circumstances confiscating sack lunches prepared by parents and replacing them with government sanctioned lunches would be apropos. This is just the kind of football the liberals would run with.
you are absolutely right. the gove is not qualified and should not be allowed to do this. If it was the just the teacher interpretation it still doesn’t matter. But I do think a teacher choosing fried chicken nugges over a turkey sand is very telling ....I dont think the teacher is qualified to teach anyone