What We’re Watching: Can Gifted Education Survive the Common Core?



By 02/20/2015

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Some say that since the Common Core standards are higher than the old standards, we no longer need to offer gifted education. Earlier this month, Tom Loveless wrote about a controversy in a school district outside of San Francisco, where parents are upset that high-achieving math students will lose access to advanced math classes as the Common Core standards are implemented there.

The Fordham Institute hosted a discussion on what the Common Core standards will mean for gifted students on Monday, Feb. 23.

—Education Next




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