In Table 2 of “Using Semantic Ambiguity Instruction to Improve Third Graders’ Metalinguistic Awareness and Reading Comprehension: An Experimental Study,” which appeared in the July/August/September 2009 issue of Reading Research Quarterly (pp. 300–321), the note “*p = ns” was included in error. Items previously marked with a single asterisk do not need to carry any distinction. Items previously marked with a double asterisk (indicating p < .05) should assume a single asterisk, and items previously marked with a triple asterisk (indicating p < .01) should assume a double asterisk. The original article by M. Zipke, L.C. Ehri, and H.S. Cairns can be accessed here: