Corrections to Supplement

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A number of errors were made in Quality Counts, the special supplement to this issue of Education Week:

Page 33, last paragraph: The 1996 NAEP exams were in math and science.

Page 44-45: The correct spelling is Martin-Kniep.

Page 48, third paragraph: The correct name is National Education Longitudinal Study.

Page 55, in the graph: New Hampshire's spending should be $5,451.

Page 56, in the table: New York's "% of 1994 education expenditures spent on instruction'' should have been rounded to 68 percent.

Page 57, under the column "Disparity between districts at the 5th and 95th percentiles'': There should be a second asterisk after Hawaii referring readers to a footnote that Hawaii has a single statewide district.

Page 59: The correct spelling is Murnane.

Page 131, in vital statistics below the report card: "Pupils in poverty'' should say "Pupils with disabilities.''

Page 162, sixth paragraph: New Hampshire's average adjusted per-pupil expenditure in 1995 was $5,451.

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