An audit by the LAUSD’s Office of Inspector General this week found that the second largest school district in the country wasted about $10 million of food in a recent school year.
LAUSD runs more than twice as many kitchens as In-N-Out and the audit shows that school administrators brokered a deal in which they would receive gifts from the nation’s largest food distributors while growing corporate contracts by hundreds of millions of dollars. The inspector general has requested time for a further investigation. We’ll talk about what that might entail.
Should LAUSD offer three meals per day?
Annie Gilbertson, KPCC investigative reporter