Standard & Poor’s removed the capital outlay certificates issued by 23 South Dakota school districts from negative credit watch, raising six ratings, affirming 10, and lowering seven.

The certificates were originally rated under the Standard & Poor’s general obligation criteria. The new ratings reflect the fact that the certificates do not carry a full faith and credit pledge of the districts, analysts said in a release.

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