West Marin’s largest school district saw a significant jump in the number of students with special needs during the 2013-2014 year. The percentage of special-needs students at Shoreline Unified, now over a fifth of the student body, is roughly twice last year’s state average. Although district officials offered no explanation for the rise, they are . . .

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