Published Online: February 9, 2016
Published in Print: February 10, 2016, as Correction

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An article in the Jan. 20, 2016, issue of Education Week on Teach For America's political impact misstated the length of time that Zeke Cohen, the executive director of the Intersection, had worked as a teacher in Baltimore. It was two years.

A paragraph in that same issue's overview of the Every Student Succeeds Act was incomplete as printed. It should read: "It's equally unclear just how much power the U.S. Department of Education will have when the law, the latest reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, is fully implemented."

Vol. 35, Issue 20, Page 5

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