CHICAGO - Reforms in funding for education could have implications for the credit ratings of some states and school districts, speakers said last week at a school finance conference.

The dilemma of fundings quality education without overburdening taxpayers continues to fuel changes in school finance across the country, some speakers said at a conference sponsored by the Chicago Municipal Analysts Society.

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