California school districts are facing “severe fiscal pressures,” but they can maintain their credit ratings if they act quickly to address declining state aid payments, according to a report by Moody’s Investors Service.

“California school districts are experiencing dramatic financial pressure as a result of the state’s budget difficulties,” the agency said in a special comment. “The ratings for each issuer over the next several years will reflect how they address ongoing revenue reductions.”

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