Advocates want better training for educators of gifted students

08/10/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

As interest in gifted education wanes at graduate-education programs in Texas, advocates want to see more training for educators who teach gifted students. Supporters feel that without properly trained teachers, the needs of gifted students often go unnoticed. One educator said that just because a student may be "gifted and talented" does not mean they are necessarily "gifted and thriving."

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