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National CrossTalk Summer 2002
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Corrections

In "Losing Ground," a report published this spring by The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education (which also publishes National CrossTalk) it was stated that the University of Virginia plans to recruit more out-of-state undergraduates, to help compensate for a cut in state support. This is not correct. The university plans to maintain its current ratio of about 68 percent in-state undergraduate students, 32 percent out-of-state.

An article about Olin College, in the spring 2002 issue of National CrossTalk, said that freshman applicant Frances Haugen had been accepted by Yale, Princeton, Brown, MIT and Caltech. MIT and Caltech were correct; Yale, Princeton and Brown were not.

An article about California's Advanced Placement program in the spring issue stated that there are 651 regular high schools in the state. The correct number is 935.

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