SAN FRANCISCO — The San Diego Unified School District’s board, after warning in October that the district could face insolvency and after being downgraded last week, is now talking about placing a $1.5 billion to $2 billion bond issue on the ballot in November 2012.

The funding would pay for school repairs and upgraded classroom technology when California state funding covering those costs runs out, said Bernie Rhinerson, the district’s chief of staff.

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