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An article in the July 12 issue of Education Week about the search to replace Schools Chancellor Ramon C. Cortines of New York City incorrectly implied that the previous chancellor, Joseph A. Fernandez, left office before his contract expired in June of 1993. Mr. Fernandez served out his contract, which the city school board had voted not to renew.

In the same issue, an article about the ATLAS school-reform project mis~identified Donna Muncey. She is studying the ATLAS Communities project under a contract with ATLAS Seminar, an independent think tank. The article also misstated the number of languages spoken by the students at High Point High School. It is 35.

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