Moody’s Investors Service, one day after lowering Pennsylvania’s general obligation bond rating to Aa2 from Aa1, took further action affecting the Keystone State on Tuesday.

Moody’s placed the state’s higher education system on review for downgrade, affecting $942 million of total rated debt, excluding that of privatized student housing. It also downgraded the enhanced ratings of Pennsylvania school districts benefiting from three state aid intercept programs.

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