Published Online: January 31, 2012
Published in Print: February 1, 2012, as Correction

Correction

Correction

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A Commentary on self-contained classrooms in the Jan. 25, 2012, issue of Education Week confused the meaning of a sentence in the piece. It should have read: "The cause is simple: the 19th-century 'egg crate' school and its key design feature, a self-contained, four-walled classroom with a fully qualified teacher for every 25 or so students (well, maybe 30 or 35, or even more in hard times)."

Vol. 31, Issue 19, Page 5

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