The Cambrian

September 27, 2012 12:01 AM

Fiscal challenges await school district hopefuls

The three people voters choose to help lead Coast Unified School District for the next four years will have to cope with slashes in the district’s income from the state, a petition to transfer Cayucos high-school students out of Coast Union High School to campuses in San Luis Coastal School District, integrating iPad technology into the middle and high school curriculum and culture, and having students continue to earn increased scores in state and federal benchmark tests when about a third of the district’s 765 students are Englishlanguage learners and about 14 percent are special-education students.

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