DALLAS -- The Dallas Independent School District next month will begin selling a record $275 million of bonds for a five-year capital program that voters strongly approved this weekend.

And even though the district lost its stand-alone triple-A rating this fall, officials expect to back the district's debt with a pledge from the Texas Permanent School Fund, which guarantees top ratings.

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