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Erratum: Vol. 53, No. SS-2

In the MMWR Surveillance Summaries, "Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance---United States, 2003," two errors occurred. On page 27, the text should read, "Although the percentage of students enrolled in PE class remained constant during 1991--2003 (48.9%--55.7%), the percentage of students with daily PE attendance decreased significantly during 1991--1995 (41.6%--25.4%) and then remained stable during 1995--2003 (25.4%--28.4%)." On page 29, the text should read, "Nationwide, of persons aged 16--17 years, approximately 6% were not enrolled in a high school program and had not completed high school (13)."

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