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CORRECTION: Maggie Stewart, 9, attends Halley Elementary and lives in Lorton. ‘I love school; stand with me,’ says her sign. Maggie came with her Girl Scout Troop and dozens of others who rallied and advocated for Critical Thinking Revolution, a group advocating for more critical thinking and less “teaching to the test” in schools. Maggie was misidentified in a caption that ran with this photo in the edition of Jan. 13, 2016. The caption incorrectly named Carolyn Kern, who also attended the hearing in support of Critical Thinking Revolution, but was not pictured.

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