DALLAS — A few Texas school districts will look to price bonds this week as the state continues to await a ruling on increasing capacity for its triple-A rated bond guarantee program — the Permanent School Fund.

In March, the Texas Education Agency suspended the program because the value of the fund “had declined to the point that outstanding guarantees … exceeded capacity under the federal regulations.” Education commissioner Robert Scott initially hoped the bond guarantee program would be available again as early as September after the seasonal retirement of bonds in August added some capacity to the fund.

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