Connecticut district considers reinstating gifted science program

12/3/2009 | Greenwich Post (Conn.)

Education officials in a Connecticut district are under pressure from parents to reinstate a science program for students who are gifted. One parent said the board was inconsistent in emphasizing 21st-century skills and a stronger math and science curriculum, then voting to eliminate the district's third-grade interdisciplinary science program for students who are gifted.

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