Guest Host: Michael Schaffer

In the summer of 2015, District of Columbia Public Schools’ food provider Chartwells agreed to pay the city $19 million over allegations of poor food quality and fraud. Almost a year later, the school system says it’s picked Chartwells’ replacements — but questions remain about how the vendors were chosen and what future oversight will look like. We talk with the Washington City Paper contributor who’s been following the story.


  • Jeffrey Anderson Contributing Writer, Washington City Paper; Co-Founder, District Dig

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