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'It would change my life.' New Reports on Flood School Apartments Show Need for Staff Housing

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"More than 40% of the faculty and staff at the Ravenswood City School District are considering leaving their jobs due to the high cost of housing, and two-thirds say their housing is unaffordable or unstable, according to statistics based on a district survey.

Using responses from the 89 out of 300 staff members who took the survey, the school district concluded that only one-third of its staff have access to affordable and stable housing, and that 43% are considering leaving their job due to a lack of access to the cost of living in Menlo Park or the length of their commute."

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