Letter: Gifted children vital to U.S. success in science, math

When considering ways to improve U.S. science, math and technology curricula, it is vital to consider the dearth of gifted-education programs, writes CEC Executive Director Bruce A. Ramirez in a letter to Education Week. We cannot hope to remain globally competitive if we continue to ignore the nation's 3 million gifted children, many of whom drop out of school if their special challenges are not addressed, Ramirez writes.

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