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A story in the Sept. 15, 2010, issue of Education Week on a decrease in the numbers of children identified as having learning disabilities incorrectly characterized special education enrollment numbers from Kansas. The decrease from 56,328 students in 2005 to 55,834 students in 2008 was for all students with disabilities.

A story in the Sept. 22 issue on the influence of federal education funding on state political races inaccurately described Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bill White. He is a former mayor of Houston.

Vol. 30, Issue 05, Page 5

Published in Print: September 29, 2010, as Corrections
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