Pennsylvania to make gifted identification easier

05/5/2008 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

New Pennsylvania state rules will allow more gifted children -- including those with disabilities -- access to specialized instruction even if their IQ tests do not reflect their talents. "This is about a more flexible, open process," said Jim Buckheit, the state board of education's executive director. "It opens it up to students who may not test well on the IQ test."

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