Va. schools seek to close racial gap in gifted programs

11/6/2011 | Washington Post, The

School administrators in Alexandria, Va., are considering how best to close a racial gap in gifted and talented programs amid a primarily black and Hispanic district. Efforts to close the gap elsewhere include enrichment programs for minority students, changes to intelligence tests and other revisions intended to identify more minority students as gifted.

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