Seattle parents of talented students threaten boycott of state tests

11/3/2003 | Seattle Times, The

Parents of children in Seattle's Spectrum program for gifted students say they will boycott the state's assessment test next spring if the school board does not include their children in an application for a grant traditionally used for even higher-achieving students. Parents fear that without the grant money, the Spectrum program may be cut.

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