Miss. district to discontinue high-school gifted program, replace with college credits

A Mississippi district plans to replace its high-school gifted program with Advanced Placement and dual-enrollment courses. Superintendent Lynn Weathersby cited dwindling enrollment and competition from elective and college-credit courses for the decision. "When you can take a student and put them in courses where they can earn college credit, it's a much better program," she said.

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