DALLAS — The $63.6 billion of outstanding debt from local school districts in Texas at the end of fiscal 2011 accounts for a third of the $192.7 billion of outstanding local debt in the state, Comptroller Susan Combs said in a comprehensive report on education finances.

Community and junior college districts had $4.3 billion of outstanding debt in fiscal 2011, the report said, while the outstanding debt of public four-year colleges and universities in Texas totaled $12.5 billion.

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