Tamalpais Union High School District officials jettisoned plans to close a 22-year-old wilderness academy for juniors on Monday, defusing a standoff with thousands of supporters of the small-but-beloved Team program. School officials initially proposed to cut the 24-student program last month, saying the specialty academy designed for at-risk populations was expensive and now . . .

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