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Can teacher housing entice educators to work in expensive cities?

Experiments in making life as a teacher more affordable show how rising real estate costs hurt urban districts Teaching crises have challenged American education for decades. Increasing enrollment, substandard facilities, and a scramble to find a way to pay for solutions: Today’s familiar pressures were making headlines back in 1954. At the time, in another example of “same news, different day,” the San Francisco Superintendent of Schools declared that the city’s teacher shortage was “acute.
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