Nebraska considers cuts to gifted-education funding

07/19/2010 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Nebraska education officials are considering budget cuts that could affect programs for students who are gifted. Cuts under consideration include $2.2 million for district gifted programs and $119,000 from the state's High Ability Learner program -- which would be particularly harmful to programs in small school districts, one gifted-education advocate said.

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