Conn. schools plan programs for students who are high-achieving

06/15/2010 | New Haven Independent (Conn.)

At the once-struggling King/Robinson Magnet School, where a gifted-education program recently fell victim to budget cuts, educators are aiming to fill the gap with an academically rigorous honors program for students in grades K-8. At the highly rated Edgewood Magnet School, administrators are bringing in an enrichment program designed to incorporate the arts into classroom learning.

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