What kind of lunch can three dollars buy you? A bag of chips and a soda? An organic apple? The federal government allots only $2.93 for each school lunch. Yet student success is tied to good nutrition. On that kind of budget, how can it both be healthy and taste good so kids will eat it? And only 8% of low income students actually get a college degree. Many of those who get into school drop out within the first two years. Are high schools making the grade when it comes to college prep? We talk to Revolution Foods co-Founders Kristin Richmond and Kirsten Tobey, and Alex Bernadotte, Founder of Beyond 12.