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Story Erred in Describing Suspension

In its July 12, 1995, issue, Education Week incorrectly reported that the principal of Hayfield High School in Alexandria, Va., gave a student an in-school suspension as punishment for an altercation with a teacher in a school hallway.

According to school officials, the student received a five-day, out-of-school suspension as a result of the incident involving Deborah Sanville, who teaches government at the school.

Education Week regrets the error.

Vol. 15, Issue 01

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