Thursday, October 7, 2021

10/07/2021 Housing group levels empty Seattle motel, where homeless people slept, for tiny village - Florida considers standardized testing changes

Today's Article: Housing group levels empty Seattle motel, where homeless people slept, for tiny village
From: The Seattle Times
Readability Score: 12.6

Where can cities house the homeless? In Seattle, many homeless sleep in abandoned motels. Now the city has elected to tear the structure down and replace it with one or more "tiny villages," made up of tiny homes built close together in a fenced lot. Use today's article to discuss how cities can and should address homelessness, a growing problem in many areas.

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Today's Alternate Article: Florida considers standardized testing changes
Readability Score: 10.1