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From the AJC opinion page: A challenge to schools

September 14, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

In a guest opinion piece in Monday’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution, national and state leaders in gifted education speak to why it’s so important for schools to challenge and support our brightest students.

The headline of the article is a bit gloomy, but the authors say Georgia actually does comparatively well when it comes to gifted education programs. Still, there is more to be done, and when you find yourself in a position to lobby for greater gifted support, the arguments presented here can help answer the question of why we should pay attention to gifted students.

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