‘Counted Out’ explores why low-income children are often left out of gifted classes in NC

In North Carolina public schools, low-income children who score at the top level on end-of-grade math tests aren't getting an equal chance at gifted classes, a News & Observer/Charlotte Observer investigation reveals. In this video, we explain how
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In North Carolina public schools, low-income children who score at the top level on end-of-grade math tests aren't getting an equal chance at gifted classes, a News & Observer/Charlotte Observer investigation reveals. In this video, we explain how

NC aims to get bright students into advanced classes. But Wake says law falls short.

October 09, 2018 06:06 PM