Clarification

November 13, 2001

An article Sunday in the Howard County edition of The Sun reporting on concerns that students might be using personal digital assistants to cheat, carried a subordinate headline - `Cheating is rampant' - that could be misinterpreted as a general description of the situation.

In fact, it was a reported comment from one parent that River Hill High School Principal Scott Pfeifer quoted in a message to teachers warning them to look out for cheating.

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