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In the crowded cafeteria at Tallahassee’s Cobb Middle School, lunch monitors try to steer students to seats as quickly as possible. Across the state, public schools face the challenge of feeding lots of kids in a short amount of time.

“We’re no longer in the one room school house that has 25 kids in it," said Pinellas County Food Service Director Art Dunham. He says when lunch lines start to back up—it doesn’t give some kids much time to eat: