Shoreline Unified School District trustees trying to reverse a learning gap between Anglo and Latino students were confronted last week with a school report revealing a sliding performance among disadvantaged students.

The largest drop was among English learners, according to the annual report compiled by WestEd, a nonprofit research agency that uses standardized testing and other state . . .

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