The state's public schools face increased fiscal strain but so far have offset this pressure with good management and a growing property tax base, according to a new report by Moody's Investors Service.

The general financial trend of school districts in California is not positive, but "the fact that they've kept their ratings intact is because Moody's looks at more than finances," Ronald L. Junker, the senior analyst who prepared the report, said last week.

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