DALLAS -- Moody's Investors Service says it will monitor the Aaa-rated Dallas Independent School District as officials there move to reinstate scores of teachers originally cut to balance the district's $544 million budget for fiscal 1992.

Dallas, the nation's last metropolitan district with a Moody's triple-A rating, changed course after protests by parents, students, and teachers that made national headlines.

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