How one Fla. district re-envisioned gifted education

06/9/2013 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

In 2006, officials with Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Florida decided to improve the district's gifted-education program. Changes such as training parents and educators to recognize advanced students across student populations and adoption of gifted programs on all school campuses have helped officials reach their goals. The district has seen a 50% increase in identification since 2003, and more than 10% of the current student population receives such services.

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