CHICAGO — Detroit Public Schools will enter the market Wednesday with a $142 million bond issue that will allow the troubled district to get out of an agreement with Assured Guaranty Inc. that for years has cramped its ability to borrow.

It’s a complex deal driven by the district’s need to avoid a looming accelerated payment schedule — but one that could also, given the current market, generate some interest-rate savings.

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