CHICAGO - Indianapolis Public Schools plans to enter the market Wednesday with $130 million of debt that will feature a mix of Build America Bonds, qualified school construction bonds, and a small piece of traditional tax-exempt debt.

The debt will finance the $245 million, third phase of the district's $900 million, 10-year capital improvement plan launched in 2001. IPS has already issued $450 million of bonds for the program and expects to issue another $115 million next year.

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