A preliminary budget for Shoreline Unified School District shows that some of the moves made this year to reduce a debilitating structural budget deficit will pay off in coming years. In particular, the successful passage of “golden handshake” agreements that encourage a number of teachers and staff to retire in return for enhanced benefits will bring the district’s . . .

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