CHICAGO - Recent defaults by two Michigan school districts on debt service payments highlight the fiscal stress facing a near-record number of districts across the state, according to credit analysts and state education officials.

Lawmakers this week will consider legislation that would boost the state’s power to intervene in and dissolve districts with major fiscal problems.

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