Some parents object to plans for NYC gifted-education site

11/30/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Parents and educators at a New York program for students who are gifted are concerned about the city's plans to add a high-school program at the building where the gifted program is housed. At a meeting on Tuesday, parents expressed concerns about overcrowding, security and other issues. The Talented & Gifted School for Young Scholars program is one of just three dedicated gifted-education programs in the city and enrolls students as young as kindergartners.

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