DALLAS — Two Texas school districts are joining others planning to put bond packages before voters next month, although one official isn’t sure when the new debt, if approved, might get to market.

Last month, Texas Education Commissioner Robert Scott suspended the state’s triple-A rated bond guarantee program administered through the Permanent School Fund until at least September, citing the declining value of the fund “to the point that outstanding guarantees exceed capacity under the federal regulations.”

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