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The Essential State Role in Educating Advanced Learners


Published May 6, 2024

Incomplete and inconsistent state education policies handcuff the potential of America's gifted students, leading to a loss of human capital and widening excellence gaps across the country. State leaders owe it to students to create comprehensive policies that provide advanced learners across all backgrounds with the quality education they deserve. A promising new roadmap to has the potential to ensure all students, including advanced learners, have ample opportunities to develop their talents and maximize their learning.

Check out more from Chester E. Finn, Jr:

  • Watch "Overhauling the Nation's Report Card" from Chester E. Finn, Jr. here.
  • Watch "Learning Lessons from the Advanced Placement Tests" from Chester E. Finn, Jr. here.
  • Watch "Why Testing and Accountability Matter in K-12 Education" from Chester E. Finn, Jr. here.
  • Read "Time for a Ceasefire in the Civics Wars" from Chester E. Finn, Jr. here.

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