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A story in the May 1, 2002, issue of Education Week about air quality in schools ("EPA Pushing Improved Air Quality in Schools") should have said that the Mesa, Ariz., school district tested classrooms for high levels of carbon dioxide.

A story about Mississippi in Technology Counts 2002: E-Defining Education, the Education Week report published May 9, should have said that fund raising was on target for the Classroom Technology Initiative. The public-private partnership is working to put an Internet-connected computer in every public school classroom in the state by the end of this year.

The student-to-computer ratio mentioned in a story about Florida in Technology Counts 2002 should have said that the state had 3.6 students for every school computer in 2001.

Vol. 21, Issue 37, Page 4

Published in Print: May 22, 2002, as Corrections

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