January 22, 2003 1 min read

An article on Roosevelt Middle School in Philadelphia in Quality Counts 2003, the 50-state report published as the Jan. 9 issue of Education Week, wrongly characterized a response from Assistant Principal Bonnie Uditsky. Ms. Uditsky registered her shock that Roosevelt had been put on a list of low-performing schools by asking what changes the new status would entail.

An update on education policy in Wisconsin that ran in the special report misidentified the recipient of a grant awarded to the Residency in Teacher Education program. The Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 6 received that money for efforts in Oshkosh.

A similar update on Michigan misidentified the university with the state’s largest teacher-preparation program. Eastern Michigan University prepares the most teachers each year.