Researchers examine outcomes for students in gifted education

12/20/2013 | Atlantic online, The

Gifted-education programs may have fewer benefits for students who barely meet the requirements for the program, according to a recent study. Researchers compared test scores for students who were on the margin of making it into a gifted-education program. They found that students who barely made the cutoff point posted test scores similar to students who fell just below admissions standards.

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