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BURNEY: Keep drive for high-ability education

May 22, 2010
In 2007, the Indiana General Assembly unanimously put into place the requirement for all Indiana schools to identify students with advanced potential from all groups and provide them with appropriate curriculum and instruction needed to develop their potential.
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VIEWPOINT: Our schools let talent go to waste

January 30, 2006
We have two kinds of schools: those that encourage each child to be all he/she can be and those that focus on being efficient institutions for groups of children. The first kind of school finds ways to help each child who struggles, meets each child's educational needs, and finds ways to provide each child with the context to achieve as much as he/she can at the most appropriate pace. The second kind of school is focused on making sure as...
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VIEWPOINT: Our schools let talent go to waste

January 23, 2006
We have two kinds of schools: those that encourage each child to be all he/she can be and those that focus on being efficient institutions for groups of children. The first kind of school finds ways to help each child who struggles, meets each child's educational needs, and finds ways to provide each child with the context to achieve as much as he/she can at the most appropriate pace. The second kind of school is focused on making sure as...
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