Published Online: February 26, 2013
Published in Print: February 27, 2013, as Corrections

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Corrections

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A story on discipline policies in charter schools in the Feb. 20, 2013, issue of Education Week included an incorrect first name for Adele Fabrikant, the deputy chief in the office of youth engagement for the District of Columbia public schools.

A story in that edition on creating uniform discipline policies for charter and noncharter schools in New Orleans mischaracterized the International School of Louisiana. It is a language-immersion charter school.

Vol. 32, Issue 22, Page 5

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