New York school districts may be forced to reduce fund balance levels to meet rising expenditures in the absence of revenue growth, Moody’s Investors Service said in a report.

Under a new property tax cap, which affects their largest source for revenue, and facing rising fixed expenditures, school districts will be cutting costs and likely appropriating greater portions of their reserves to balance budgets, the report said.

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