DALLAS — With investors seeking opportunities to lock in higher yields amid the current market turmoil, a few Texas school districts will try once again this week to get their deals done.

The Houston Independent School District late last week was monitoring the market after postponing the sales of the first tranche of debt from an $805 million authorization passed in November by voters. Officials plan to wait until the market improves before selling the debt.

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