LOS ANGELES - Moody's Investors Service yesterday reported on the credit quality of 10 fiscally troubled California school districts, including two that it downgraded last week.

Some districts "are facing the tough times better than others," so it is difficult to generalize about the overall credit quality of schools, said Ronald L. Junker, a senior analyst at Moody's and author of the report released yesterday on the 10 districts' financial status.

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