Published on January 25, 2017 by

California’s looming teacher shortage and what it means for cities with a high cost of living like San Francisco. How the Chula Vista school district revived its arts program. Plus, go inside one of the last remaining one-room schoolhouses in Kyburz, just outside of Lake Tahoe.01/25/2017

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