N. Y. Districts' Credit Eyed After State Rating Cut

January 1992
Education Week;1/22/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 18, p17
The article reports that forty of the school districts were ranked on Standard & Poor's CreditWatch in New York. The credit-rating agency has downgraded states general-obligations bonds.


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