Corrections

September 16, 2004

A chart of High School Assessment test results for Baltimore schools in yesterday's editions of The Sun misstated the 2004 scores for Baltimore Freedom Academy and New Era Academy.

At Baltimore Freedom, 32.2 percent of students passed the English exam, 38.5 passed the government exam, and 12.9 percent passed the algebra exam.

At New Era, 39.7 percent passed the English test, 61.8 passed the biology test, and 49.1 percent passed the algebra exam.

Neither of the schools had scores for 2003 because they opened only last year.

Based on information supplied by Baltimore police, articles in some editions Tuesday and yesterday included an incorrect age and condition of a shooting victim, 15-year-old Christopher Richardson. The youth, who was shot Monday night in the 2800 block of W. North Ave., died Tuesday afternoon at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

The name of a member of the audience at Tuesday night's premiere of John Waters' A Dirty Shame at the Senator Theatre was misspelled in yesterday's editions. The woman, who was also an extra in the film, is Anne Heuisler.

An article about nuclear reactor designs in Monday's editions incorrectly reported the type of coolant used in breeder reactors overseas and the type of reactors U.S. universities use for research. Breeder reactors use liquid metals as coolants, and universities conduct research with thermal reactors.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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