DALLAS — Texas schools are waiting to see how deeply the Legislature cuts their funding before seeking more bond authority from taxpayers, finance experts say.

With available revenue falling $27 billion short of what state agencies say they need to handle growth, lawmakers are expected to sharply reduce education funding. Public education represents the largest portion of the two-year state budget.

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