10/5/2011

Education writer Maureen Downey suggests that schools stop labeling students as gifted, and instead adopt a more fluid system in which students advance to the next level when they are ready. She points out that some students in traditional classes are just a point away from being labeled as gifted. Downey also shares insight from a parent who struggles with the effects of one child being named gifted and another that's not.

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