Corrections & Clarifications Feb. 25, 2013

 

• An article on Monday’s Page 1B about the Archdiocese of Miami’s Poker Run should have said there were two women driving motorcycles.

• A graphic on Monday’s 1D listed Dale Earnhardt Jr. driving the No. 3 car and Mark Martin driving the No. 5 car in Sunday’s Daytona 500. Earnhardt Jr. drove the No. 88 car, and Martin drove the No. 55.

• An article on Page 14G of the Feb. 25 Business Monday misstated Dr. Fleur Sack’s position prior to her return to private practice. She worked as a Pratt care physician for the Veterans Administration. The electronic records system she uses was misidentified; she uses CareTracker.

• The cover story in Business Monday mischaracterized a graduate program offered by Florida International University’s College of Business. FIU launched a healthcare informatics and management systems program.

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    A story published online on Dec. 10 and in print on Dec. 11 about charter schools incorrectly reported that the salaries of the principal and several teachers at the Ben Gamla schools in Hollywood and Plantation were significantly higher than those paid at other charter schools.

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