N.C. district considers ways to improve gifted education

06/8/2010 | News & Record (Greensboro, N.C.), The

School board officials in a North Carolina district are set to vote on changes meant to increase the number of minority students who qualify for gifted-education programs and ensure that all gifted students receive an appropriate education. The changes include: training K-2 teachers to instill problem-solving and critical-thinking skills in students at schools with low numbers of minority students identified as gifted; and a boost to reading and math instruction for gifted fourth- and fifth-graders at schools with a high percentage of gifted learners.

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