Las Virgenes GATE program expands




INVENTIVE—Tydeman Newman, a seventh-grader in A.E. Wright Middle School GATE, used critical thinking to create a “recylaboard” skateboard for a class project.
Precocious students of the Las Virgenes Unified School District who want to push their learning to a higher level rely on Gifted and Talented Education programs for motivation. Gifted students learn more quickly than others and require a more rigorous, complex curriculum. They need to be challenged not only by their teach...

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