Gove came under fire from Labour MPs including Tom Watson who called him a “miserable pipsqueak”
Speaker John Bercow was forced into action to calm MPs down.
Watson is MP for West Bromwich East which covers Sandwell where BSF projects were wrongly listed earlier this week as being unaffected by cuts.
The coalition government’s decision to axe the Building Schools for the Future programme means 715 schools will see their rebuilding projects cancelled.
A number of schools that thought their building plans had been saved have now been told they are being axed.
Gove told the Speaker: “I’m grateful to you and to the whole House for granting me the opportunity to make this statement, and once again to unreservedly apologise.”
He repeatedly apologised and said the revised list was “as complete as possible and as accurate as possible”. He said he took “full responsibility for that regrettable error”.
Labour’s Vernon Coaker said 25 schools on the list had errors, nine of which had been listed as going ahead with rebuilding projects which had been cancelled and a further seven which had been listed as “unaffected” had since been told their plans were “under discussion”.
He said: “The chaos and confusion around this statement was frankly astonishing.”
Gove highlighted the borough of Sandwell as among those areas most affected by errors and said he wanted to “underline how sorry I feel towards them and to the parents and teachers involved”.
The errors in the list affected schools in areas including Sandwell, Derby, Northamptonshire, Peterborough, Doncaster, Greenwich, Staffordshire and Bexley.