DALLAS — Amid uncertainty in the bond market and painful belt-tightening by the state, two large Texas school districts are issuing a combined $235 million of bonds to keep up with demands from growing populations.

The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District in the mid-cities region of Dallas-Fort Worth is expected to lead off this week with $135 million of general obligation bonds. The Austin Independent School District will follow with $100 million, expected to price Aug. 8.

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