They believe these students should be separated from their peers and placed into gifted classes where they are taught in a way that allows the students to make the best of their abilities. However, a change like this requires an increase in staff, hours, and funding for schools nationwide and with education suffering large budget cuts across America, this request is seemingly impossible to grant. Completely separate classrooms are unlikely to be funded but gifted students can still receive the education they require with far less cost to the school by having one specialized gifted teacher per school that the children spend a portion of their day with to satisfy their need for mental stimulation that is beyond what they are getting in their current classrooms. The main force behind the push for completely segregated classrooms are organizations like the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) whose main goal is... ... middle of paper ... ...and Curriculum. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, n.d.
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