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A story in the Oct. 27 issue of Education Week ("School Law an Issue in U.S. House Race") gave an incorrect title for Richard M. Romero, a candidate for Congress from New Mexico’s 1st District. He is the president pro tem of the New Mexico Senate.

A Report Roundup item ("Small Schools") in the same issue incorrectly referred to a new study by the Consortium on Chicago School Research. That report, released in September, is "Notes From the Ground: Teachers, Principals, and Students’ Perspectives on the Chicago High School Redesign Initiative, Year Two." (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

A story in the Oct. 20 issue ("Rules on Scouts’ Access Proposed" misspelled the first name of the spokesman for the Boy Scouts of America. His name is Gregg Shields.

Vol. 24, Issue 10, Page 4

Published in Print: November 3, 2004, as Corrections

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