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Schools help teachers with a new kind of homework: finding a place to live

Christian Science Monitor Friday, 15 March 2019
A year of teacher walkouts in the US has been forcing communities to face school underfunding and low pay. But some school districts are offering housing to attract and retain new teachers.
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