ATLANTA -- Moody's Investors Service sharply expanded its coverage of Kentucky debt last week, saying it expects an A or higher for all long-term school district financings there because of the commonwealth's strong support for education.

That marks the first time Moody's has said it would consider a minimum rating for all of a state's school districts.

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