DALLAS - Texas school districts must build new facilities to keep pace with population growth at a time when the state's triple-A rated bond guarantee program remains on hiatus awaiting a federal tax ruling.

In March, Texas education commissioner Robert Scott suspended Permanent School Fund guarantees because the value of the fund "had declined to the point that outstanding guarantees ... exceeded capacity under the federal regulations."

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