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Knightdale Elementary's new AIG program

Source: The News & Observer

See Knightdale Elementary School Kindergarten teacher April Zolnierowicz lead her class in an instructional song and dance to help students learn geometric shapes on Dec. 11, 2014. It's part of the "Nurturing for a Bright Tomorrow" program to help develop and recognize AIG students.

Wake County hoping to identify more gifted students

In a study called “Nurturing for a Bright Tomorrow,” teachers at 16 Wake elementary schools have received intensive training on how to induce students in kindergarten through second grade to think more deeply. The students are taught as if they’re all gifted. They’re pushed to use complete sentences, think about their answers and then explain them aloud.

News & Observer, by T. KEUNG HUI, khui@newsobserver.com

Project Bright IDEA 3

Project Bright IDEA 3: Javits Research, Research on Education and Development of Youth, (REDY Center) in Collaboration with Wake County Schools in North Carolina.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Angel Harris, Professor, Sociology and African American Studies, Duke University

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