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A story in the April 20, 2011, issue of Education Week about the sensitivity of teaching about the Civil War provided the wrong name of a publishing company. The publisher of the Virginia textbook is Five Ponds Press.

A story in the same issue about Boston using teacher-leaders to turn around schools contained information that was updated after the article went to press. The number of schools that will add the strategy next school year increased to three.

Another story in that issue, about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona tax credits, misspelled the name of Ayesha N. Khan, the legal director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

Vol. 30, Issue 29, Page 5

Published in Print: April 27, 2011, as Corrections
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