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Local school test scores correction.

Byline: The Register-Guard

The 2005-06 Lane County area school-by-school Oregon Statewide Assessment Test scores published on Page C2 in Thursday's newspaper inadvertently appeared under the wrong headings. For each school, the correct reading score was in the left column, and the math score was in the right column.

However, the statewide averages for each grade were in the correct columns and under the correct headings.

For example, for 10th grade, the statewide averages for math and reading are as published: 45 and 55, respectively. The correct math score for the first school listed, Churchill High School in Eugene, is 50.2, and the correct reading score is 66.

The correct scores and headings can be found at The Register Guard's Web site, www.registerguard .com/testscores.
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Title Annotation:Corrections
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Article Type:Correction notice
Date:Aug 11, 2006
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