DALLAS — At least two-thirds of the school bonds on Saturday’s ballot in Texas were approved, as most voters continue to give school officials the green light to build new campuses and update aging facilities.

About 50 school districts had referendums on the ballot last week and 34 districts had their bond packages approved, according to Joe Smith, a former superintendent and executive director of www.texasisd.com, which provides information about Lone Star state school districts.

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