DALLAS — A coalition of 63 Texas school districts, including some of the largest in the state, filed a lawsuit Dec. 22 contending the current system for financing public education is unconstitutional.

It was the fourth such suit to be filed since October. The roughly 500 school district plaintiffs in the four cases encompass more than 3.3 million students, or some 60% of the total public school enrollment in Texas.

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