California’s housing crisis threatens the quality of K-12 education, leading to worsening outcomes for students, high rates of teacher turnover and acute staffing shortages. Public school employees, especially teachers, struggle to live in the communities where they work and school districts face growing challenges in recruiting and retaining staff, creating instability that exacerbates opportunity and achievement gaps. Troy Flint, Chief Information Officer for the California School Boards Association, discusses how California’s housing crisis is impacting schools.
San Diego Syndicated
Troy Flint - California School Boards Association