Education Correction

Corrections

February 04, 2014 1 min read

• A news brief in the Jan. 15, 2014, issue of Education Week incorrectly identified the district affiliations of two finalists for the AASA’s Superintendent of the Year. Michele Taylor is the superintendent of the Calhoun, Ga., district, and Kevin Maxwell, who was selected for his leadership of the Anne Arundel County schools in Maryland, is now the superintendent in neighboring Prince George’s County.

• An article in the Jan. 22 issue on the revised GED test gave incorrect cost information for CTB/McGraw Hill’s Test Assessing Secondary Completion.

• A story in the Jan. 29 issue misstated the school where Rebecca L. Buerkett works. She is the librarian at L.P. Quinn Elementary School, in Tupper Lake, N.Y.

• A story on private schools adopting blended learning models in a Jan. 29 special report misidentified the source of grant funding to Mission Dolores Academy, in San Francisco. The money came from a variety of sources. The story also misstated the typical transition costs to begin blended programs at Catholic schools through the Phaedrus Initiative, which are usually about $500,000 per school.

A version of this article appeared in the February 05, 2014 edition of Education Week as Corrections

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