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To attract teachers, pricey Bay Area school districts are becoming their landlords

Published Monday March 6

…the deputy director and cofounder of the Center for Cities & Schools at UC Berkeley.

Rizi Manzon is a teacher, so naturally, he has a lot to worry about: a stack of homework assignments to grade, a week’s worth of culinary arts classes to prepare for, kitchen supplies to purchase on his own time and dime. And the assorted crises, dramas, and anxieties of the 36 teenagers in his care at Wilcox High School in Santa Clara.

But not like most public school educators in California’s Silicon Valley, one thing Manzon doesn’t need to worry about is how he’s going to pay rent this month.

And now they have the support of Sacramento.

Other districts may follow suit.

Article length: About 1760 words.
Tags: Gilroy
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