CHICAGO — One troubled local school district in Michigan has seen its ratings sink into junk territory while another could be heading toward a state-mandated takeover.

Moody’s Investors Service this week stripped the Pontiac School District of its investment-grade rating, dropping its general obligation unlimited-tax rating to Ba2 from Baa1.

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