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A photograph caption in the March 29 issue of Education Week that accompanied a story on school-finance cases in New York State could have been misinterpreted. Eleanor Roosevelt Intermediate School in New York City is part of Community School District 6, whose school board is a plaintiff in a lawsuit claiming the state's school-funding system is unconstitutional.

But neither Eleanor Roosevelt nor any other individual school was cited in court documents as evidence that the funding system prevents schools from providing a sound education.

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