As the Sept. 30 deadline for Shoreline’s budget reductions looms portentously two weeks away, the school district is confronting another crisis on top of its fiscal woes: an increasing distrust in the leadership’s competence to make the right decisions about which programs to axe and which to keep, which positions to save and which employees to let . . .

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