Some Fla. schools try new identification system for gifted education

Sixty-eight schools in Orange County, Fla., are working to increase their enrollment of minority and low-income students in gifted education. Officials from one school that instituted universal screening and more teacher training in 2009 say enrollment in gifted education has more than doubled since making these changes.

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