Three of the five Wisconsin school districts involved in a risky $200 million investment instrument have won rating upgrades following their recent settlement of litigation that releases the districts of their moral obligation to repay notes tied to the investment scheme.

The Waukesha School District was raised to Aa3 from A1 and assigned a stable outlook. The move affects $4.1 million of outstanding general obligation debt.

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