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One School District, More Than 3,300 Homeless Students

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Student artwork in the hallway at Sherwood Elementary School in Salinas. (Vanessa Rancaño/KQED)

We talk a lot about the Bay Area's housing and homelessness crises. But it might be even worse on the Central Coast, which has some of the highest poverty rates in the state. At one school district in Salinas, more than 3,300 students — 40 percent of the student population — are considered homeless.

Read more of Vanessa Rancaño's reporting from Salinas:

Q'ed Up is hosted and produced by Ryan Levi. This episode was edited by Queena Kim. Follow Ryan on Twitter at @ryan_levi. Send us a note at qedup@kqed.org. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.


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