DALLAS — The rapid growth of wind farms in sparsely populated West Texas is a mixed blessing for school districts that have become “property wealthy” under the state’s education funding formula, according to a report from Standard & Poor’s.

“Property poor” districts that were once receiving revenue from other, wealthier districts around the state are now finding that they must share their property tax windfalls.

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