A state audit of Washington's 10 largest school districts has found ways to save millions of dollars by automating bus routes, cutting administrative staffing, and closing surplus school buildings, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The state auditor paid a private firm to audit the school districts and identify ways to free up resources. The audit found $54 million in potential cost savings over the next five years. The report also recommends changes at the state education office to help local districts save money. The purpose of the study was to find ways to help school districts deal with rising costs and

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