Skipping a grade can help gifted students excel

Responding to the needs of gifted students doesn't mean districts must spend extra money, according to an education blogger and a writer. In lieu of special programs for gifted children, the older practice of putting gifted children in higher grade levels would do more to challenge students, they write in Education Week.

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