As rents soar, Calif. school district turns to parents for teacher housing

In 2019, Sarah La Due told EdSource, a news organization focused on covering California education, that’s why she was moving to Las Vegas to teach high school instead of starting her sixth year at a school district in El Cerrito, a city in the east Bay Area about 40 miles northwest of Milpitas. In Vegas, La Due expected to live in a two-bedroom apartment by herself for less than $1,000 a month instead of spending $900 to rent a small bedroom in a house she shared with two roommates.

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