Certain Texas charter schools soon will be able to borrow money for less now that federal officials have approved a plan to back them with the state’s $28 billion endowment for public education.
Traditional school districts have long been able to secure the highest bond ratings, which helps them lower borrowing costs, because of the backing of the state’s Permanent School Fund.
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