Shoreline Unified School District is preparing to lobby the governor and state legislature to fund a state program that provided it with nearly $500,000 last year but was significantly reduced this summer.

The program, known as District of Choice, allows students who transfer from non-basic-aid districts into basic-aid districts, or those funded mostly . . .

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