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A news brief in the Sept. 3 issue of Education Week misidentified the California district where a judge blocked a proposed English-immersion program for limited-English-proficient students. It was the Orange Unified School District.

An article in the same issue incorrectly reported that the annuity portion of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association-College Retirement Equities Fund became taxable in 1986. The insurance portion of TIAA-cref became taxable that year.

Also in the Sept. 3 issue, an article on the nation's first "Virtual High School" incorrectly described the location of Lumberton, N.C. The town is about 30 miles north of the South Carolina border.

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