Some schools adopt partial homeschooling for gifted education

02/12/2013 | Scholastic Administrator magazine

Some cash-strapped school districts that are unable to fund a full gifted-education program are offering students the opportunity to learn in a partial homeschool model. Students attend classes at their traditional schools, where they can interact with peers, and then work on projects at home, go to tutoring sites, or enroll in online or college courses for the rest of the day.

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