TAHOMA, Calif. - California Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget would improve the credit quality of the state's school districts, according to a report Thursday by Moody's Investors Service.

The ratings agency said the spending plan, if adopted by the Legislature, would include the first per-student increase in education funding in five years and reduce deferred cash payments to schools.

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