DALLAS — The extension of Texas's triple-A school bond enhancement program to open-enrollment charter school debt is expected to lower borrowing costs and expand their market when the coverage becomes available in February.

"We're happy with the state of Texas," said William Mays, chief financial officer at Uplift Education. "Enhancement from the Permanent School Fund opens up markets for our debt and drives down our costs."

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