Program offers academic enrichment for students who are gifted

12/6/2009 | Daily Dunklin Democrat (Kennett, Mo.)

A Missouri school district is providing a creativity-based academic enrichment program for third- through eighth-grade students who are gifted. Meeting for a half day each week, the program features project-based lessons in subjects such as forensic science, with students conducting exercises in fingerprinting and facial recognition. Requirements for participation include top scores on standardized tests as well as approval by a screening committee.

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Daily Dunklin Democrat (Kennett, Mo.)

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