Ill. district to change programs to serve more students who are gifted

12/6/2012 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Administrators in an Illinois school district are looking for ways to test more students for gifted programs, especially in grades 2 and below, and English-language learners, while creating more opportunities for students who are gifted. Officials say they also are considering options for students who test as advanced in either math or language arts, rather than selecting only students who are gifted in both areas.

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