To get a sense of how this will affect individual working people, the Treasury Department also put together a few hypothetical examples:
When government, teachers, parents and the community working together, our schools improve.
"In some ways it is a test for humanity," said Ron Shaich, founder of Panera who launched the concept for the company. "Will people step up and help each other or will they take advantage? So far, people have stepped up. Panera said about 20% of the visitors to the cafes leave more than the suggested amount, 20% leave less and 60% pay what is suggested."