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An article on the Philadelphia schools' teacher-accountability program in the Oct. 30 issue of Education Week incorrectly reported the results of Superintendent David W. Hornbeck's performance review. The school board did not publicly release an official grade for Mr. Hornbeck, but found he had "met the management objectives agreed upon as well as made other significant contributions," according to a board letter. The board also noted several areas for improvement.

He received a pay raise, but not a bonus, which he previously agreed would depend on whether his performance exceeded board expectations.

Vol. 16, Issue 10

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