N.J. district proposes cost-saving changes to gifted education

01/14/2010 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Officials in a New Jersey district are considering a cost-savings proposal to cut some gifted education and provide enrichment courses to all students instead. In addition to the program changes, a number of gifted-education teacher positions would also be cut, amounting to a savings of about $360,000 a year.

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