DALLAS — A Texas teachers group is asking Gov. Rick Perry to call a special legislative session that would restore state aid to school districts by taking $2.5 billion from the state’s rainy-day fund.

The Texas State Teachers Association is circulating petitions seeking the session. The group wants to bring state aid to local districts for fiscal 2013 to the level required under the current funding formula.

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