California Bills Would Help Gifted Kids Go To Community Colleges

08/15/2002 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The legislation would eliminate the minimum age requirement for high school equivalency exams. A second bill would allow public school funds to pay for their tuition. Advocates say the needs of gifted students often are ignored and that the proposals would give them attention they deserve.

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