A committee of the Texas State Board of Education is considering a proposal to invest $100 million of the $22.1 billion Permanent School Fund in new buildings for charter schools.

Board member David Bradley said the state would benefit from an 8% return on its investment through monthly rental payments. Bradley, chairman of the board’s Permanent School Fund committee, said charter schools would benefit from lower debt costs.

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