DALLAS — Texas charter schools were left out of last week's court ruling that state school aid is insufficient, but supporters say their fight will continue.

Judge John Dietz ruled last week that state aid to local independent school districts was unconstitutionally insufficient, but said the Legislature had the discretion of deciding how to fund the open-enrollment charter schools or even whether to fund them at all.

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