DALLAS -- Moody's Investors Service yesterday said it will not rate Colorado schools under a new state-backed credit enhancement program but will continue to rate districts individually.

Supporters of the program -- rated single-A by Standard & Poor's Corp. -- say it could be jeopardized if districts take issues to market with a split rating.

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