DALLAS - On the heels of a downgrade, accounting mismanagement, a lawsuit, and questions about its leadership, the Dallas Independent School District this week plans to issue $400 million of general obligation debt in the teeth of a credit crisis.

Despite all those problems, the bonds carry triple-A ratings thanks to their backing by the nearly exhausted Texas Permanent School Fund, which should reassure risk-averse buyers, investment experts say.

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