Published Online: November 1, 2011
Published in Print: November 2, 2011, as Clarification

Clarification

Clarification

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In an article about the common-core standards and online professional development in a special supplement to the Oct. 26 issue, a statement attributed to Timothy Kanold should have said that there are as few as 28 standards in math for some grade levels.

Vol. 31, Issue 10, Page 5

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