EEX6342 Issue 8 Summerlin

EEX6342 Issue 8 Summerlin
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Do Gifted and Talented Students Need Special Schools?

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  • Chester
  • When we use a universal education model, we are depriving the gifted and talented students!
  • YES TEAM
  • NO TEAM
  • Susan
  • Dina
  • Chester
  • We need to invest in evaluating the effectiveness of different programs and providing informational activities for families who are unable to offer better opportunities for their intellectually promising students. High-ability students deserve to be taught in schools where they are the norm and not the exception.
  • YES TEAM
  • Cluster-based programs address the needs of the gifted and talented students within the neighborhood schools.
  • NO TEAM
  • Susan
  • Dina
  • As a prior gifted and talented student myself, I see the concerns of both sides, however I do not believe that special schools are required to meet the needs of these students. I do support providing opportunities for enrichment outside of the general education classroom, differentiating is not enough.  Offering AP courses and weekly pull-out enrichment opportunities within the neighborhood school can meet the needs without creating separate schools. 
  • Chester
  • High-ability students who do not come from well-connected, upper-middle class families often get left behind in our current system. No Child Left Behind focuses on low-achieving students. Differentiating instruction alone is not meeting the needs of high achieving students in practice.
  • YES TEAM
  • NO TEAM
  • Susan
  • Dina
  • Chester
  • The School-wide Cluster Grouping Model, is a win-win approach benefiting not only all types of students but teachers, administrators, and parents as well! Teachers receive more training to meet each type of student better.
  • YES TEAM
  • NO TEAM
  • Susan
  • Dina
  • Chester
  • YES TEAM
  • NO TEAM
  • Susan
  • Dina
  • Chester
  • YES TEAM
  • Christina
  • NO TEAM
  • Dawn
  • Dina
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