DALLAS — School districts in Texas are seeing some green shoots after weathering nearly an entire year without the state’s Permanent School Fund backing for their bonds.

Though still not back to its peak of $25 billion, the PSF has recovered about $6 billion from its low of $16 billion last spring amid steadily improving financial markets.

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