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More Kids May Be Designated 'Gifted'
Even if they don't have a 130 IQ, students could soon be able to use high FCAT scores to get into gifted classes....
Miami Herald
November 30, 2006

Gifted Youngsters help School Win Award
Gifted and Talented Youngsters have helped their schools pick up a prestigious national award.
Norwich Evening News
November 30, 2006

Special Program for Gifted Kids
About 25 to 30 Rochester kids may have a chance to be part of a brand new program starting next fall.
KTTC TV
November 28, 2006

Wise beyond their years: Dunham Academy Guides Gifted Kids to Success
Trey Tang does fourth grade math. He is 4 years old.
Marin Independant
November 28, 2006

Gifted Pupils Can Let Their Talents Shine
SOME of the city's most gifted and talented pupils have been taking part in activities across Peterborough.
Peterborough Today
November 26, 2006

John Hopkins, MIT Offer Program for Gifted Students
Exceptional secondary students in the Kingdom will soon have the opportunity to participate in a six-week program at two of the most prestigious American Universities.
Arab News
November 26, 2006

East Principal Says Gifted Plan Not "done deal"
Collin Erickson said his attempt Tuesday to lead a walkout of Madison East High Schools students was "kind of sad at first."
Wisconsin State Journal
November 25, 2006

Should Child Go to School for the Gifted?
Q. We could enroll our older daughter in a school for gifted children or in a very good school for children who are bright but not gifted.
Charlotte Observer
November 25, 2006

Parents Oppose Split of Gifted Program
The numbers don't add up for parents who oppose the splitting of one of the county's most academically rigorous programs.
News-Record
November 23, 2006

Public Imput Sought on Educating Disabled, Gifted Children
The West Virginia Board of Education is looking for the public's input on educating children with special needs.
Herald Dispatch
November 22, 2006

End of Class for the Gifted is Drawing Protest
Collin Erickson, a freshman at Madison East High School, worries that school officials are about to make a colossal mistake by scuttling classes for talented and gifted students.....
Wisconsin State Journal
November 21, 2006

New Program Will Help St. Clair's Gifted Students Succeed
As far as most of us know, a grade point average of 4.0 is akin to a batting average of 1.000.... You may be surprised to learn that a 4.0 average from a high school graduate doesn't always impress them (admissions officers).
The Times Herald
November 19, 2006

Gifted Students Get New Mountain To Scale
Musically Gifted students do quite well......
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
November 18, 2006

Cotter G/T Teams do Well in Statewide Competition
The sixth-grade Gifted and Talented students at Cotter Elementary School recently competed in the Youth Entrepreneur Showcase.
Baxter Bulliten
November 17, 2006

Sharp Shift: New Standardized Admission to Gifted Program
In a citywide shift of policy, admission to gifted and talented programs in the early grades will be based upon a standard set of criteria.
Bay Ridge Courier
November 17, 2006

Parents Encourage Gifted Child with Incentives, Lessons
When Ken and Judi Dunbar picked up the phone, they had no idea that the life of their 13-year-old daughter, Amanda, was about to dramatically change.
The Oregonian
November 16, 2006

You Don't Have to be 'Gifted' to be 'Excellent'
Israel should expand its education programs for gifted children....
Haaretz
November 16, 2006

Gifted Kids Chosen for "Brain Box" Academy
Two hundred and fifty city children have been selected for a government academy for the most gifted and talented in the country.
MK NEWS
November 15, 2006

OS Testing for Gifted Waits on Funds
The Ocean Springs School District discussed the shortfalls in identifying gifted seventh and eighth grade students, as opposed to elementary students, at Tuesday's meeting.
The Mississippi Press
November 15, 2006

Help for the Young, Gifted and Scottish
We all remember the brainboxes at school. They were labelled "swots" and often teased or bullied, but generally flourished because they were nurtured by sympathetic teachers.
The Scotsman
November 15, 2006

City Crackdown Could Mean End of Gifted Program
An education department effort to spread gifted an talented programs around the city and to make the system more equitable could end up destroying one such program that has been a model of diversity, parents at the school say.
NY Sun
November 14, 2006

Gifted High-Schoolers Find Acceptance, Challenges at Academy
One look at a list of extracurricular clubs is all it takes to realize that the Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing is no ordinary high school.
AP
November 13, 2006

Schools Hiring More Teachers for Gifted Kids
The Orange County Schools are hiring enough teachers for gifted students so that every elementary and middle school will have their own staff.
Herald Sun
November 12, 2006

Questions Remain as Schools Still Struggle to Implement No Child Left Behind
When one Great Falls principal first faced No Child Left Behind, she believed the federal mandate was a political ploy to undermine public education.
Great Falls Tribune
November 12, 2006

How to develop Gifted Learners
"Thanks for highlighting pubic schools' outright neglect of students with a high capacity to learn (Doing Right By Sharp Kids Nov 5,2006)
Star Tribune
November 12, 2006

Teaching Teachers
Samantha Siegelheim walked to the front of a South Brunswick High School computer lab and called out for attention.
South Brunswick Post
November 9, 2006

State Not Required to Give Free College Education to Highly Gifted Student Under 16
The State does not have to pay for the college education of an extremely gifted student under the age of 16, The Third District Court of Appeal held Yeaterday.
Metropolitan News
November 8, 2006

School Leader Gets Gifted Child Honor
Public schools Superiendent  Carl Harris was honored in Charlotte on Friday at a conference for The National Association for Gifted Children.
News&Observer
November 7, 2006

Jordanian Educator Visits East Meck
Teachers at East Mecklenburg High School welcomed an out-of-town guest Monday.
News14Carolina
November 6, 2006

Resentment Is Tweed's 'Gift' to the Middle Class
In the "gifted and talented free zone" that is the Bronx's School District 10, the Department of Education has designated two schools as the sites for the first such programs here in a generation.
NYSUN
November 6, 2006

Private Tests Get Kids Into Gifted Classes
Hundreds of parents in Arizona are doing an end-around their neighborhood schools to get their kids in gifted programs.
The Arizona Republic
November 6, 2006

74 Scholars Study Paths to Solutions
The Institute for Creative Problem Solving for Gifted and Talented Students at SUNY Old Westbury has named 74 local students as Young Scholars of Mathematics.
Newsday
November 5, 2006

Enrichment Programs Depend on Money
The newly formed Academic Enrichment Planning Team outlined a preliminary blueprint to begin programs for gifted and talented students in the system, but cautioned execution will ultimately come down to money.
Daily News
November 2, 2006

Gifted Students Speak on Symposium Panel
Canutillo High School seniors Juan Carlos Gonzalez and Veronica Howell recently participated in the West Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented Fall Parent Symposium.
El Paso Times
November 3, 2006