@nytimes
The New York Times
4 days ago
New York City has taken steps toward ending parts of its gifted and talented program. In today's Education Briefing newsletter, @AJNierenberg looks at one community ripped apart by attempts to reckon with racism.
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@EuphorbiaZ
Arizona
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg Good. Gifted programs are often more harmful than beneficial!
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@Admiral1868
Pumpkin Spice Polar Bear 🎃 🐻‍❄️
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg Thanks Mayor DeBlowzio for ruining our schools.
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@IMRANANWARLove1
IMRAN ANWAR Love Imran
4 days ago
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@cidonnelly1
cidonnelly
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg This is going to hurt gifted and talented minority kids more than anyone. Their district schools are usually the worst and unable to meet their advanced needs.
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@IMRANANWARLove1
IMRAN ANWAR Love Imran
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg I am Christian✝️I am Sunday school teacher
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@celestespace
celeste lee
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg nyc schools, please don't do this. i was a introverted minority in a g & t program and it changed my life ... for the better.
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@RuralRidesOnly
BackRoadGypsy
4 days ago
@nytimes @AJNierenberg All kids should be taught with the gifted techniques. Kids would actually learn.
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