Gifted and Talented

When I was in New York recently for IRD's and IMD's North American Financial Information Summit (NAFIS), I found myself part of what seems to be one of the favorite lunch discussions of city-dwellers across the globe—urban school systems. Apparently, many New York state schools have two types of classes that children can gain entry into—"regular" and "gifted and talented". Only the few top students get a place in the gifted and talented class, which follows a separate, specially designed

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