As enrollment at Bolinas-Stinson Union School District continues to plunge, a group of parents have pegged a large share of the blame on what they decry as educational shortfalls, particularly in math. The group maintains that at least 55 families have left the district since 2007, driven away by fears that their children may enter high school woefully . . .

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