SEASIDE — The Seaside School District will leave a long-standing consortium that provides options for special education services to North Coast students across the region’s five school districts.

Seaside instead plans to develop its own programs in an effort to better provide services to students close to home beginning in the fall. It is a conversation that has been going on for some time, said Superintendent Susan Penrod. As a five-year commitment to the consortium came up for review, “we really started to evaluate: Are we serving every student?” she said.

Seaside is leaving a regional consortium on special education.

For the school districts that remain in the consortium,

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