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Day Schools Learn New Math During Economic Downturn (Correction)

An article in the August 8 issue, “Day Schools Learn New Math During Economic Downturn,” misstated the number of students enrolled at the Agnon School in Beachwood, Ohio. There were 330 students at the conclusion of the past school year.

An article in the August 8 issue, “Looking to Forbears for Continuity?” incorrectly identified the subject of Jonathan Krasner’s upcoming book. He is co-authoring a Jewish history textbook for middle school students.

An article in the August 8 issue, “Exporting Homegrown Culture: Can Israeli Cinema Go Global?” misidentified Austrian actress Senta Berger as Israeli, and incorrectly stated that she appeared in the film “The Ipcress File.”


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