The New Generation of Home Economics

The New Generation of Home Economics

Food & Drink

The New Generation of Home Economics

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By Cari Martens


In the UK, the government is stepping in to teach students the art of making healthful meals with fresh ingredients. It’s kind of like the next generation of Home Economics classes. The Times Online reports that teens, aged 11 to 14, will be required to take cooking lessons at school. What’s more, they will have to know how to make eight different healthy meals. Hello, U.S. schools. Anyone listening?

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