Opinion: Public schools not equipped to teach profoundly gifted:

11/25/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Public schools can't afford to teach child prodigies, who are best accelerated to upper grades or tutored privately, writes Washington Post education reporter Jay Mathews in his weekly Extra Credit column. Teaching such profoundly gifted students in public schools may waste their time and talents, he writes.

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