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ERIC Number: ED002166
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Nov
Pages: 72
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THE SUPERIOR STUDENT.
MITTERLING, PHILIP I.
PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO ENHANCE THE EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES OF THE GIFTED STUDENT AND TO DEVELOP HIS TALENTS MAXIMALLY ARE OCCURING WITH INCREASING FREQUENCY THROUGHOUT THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OF THE UNITED STATES. THIS COLLECTION OF ARTICLES PROVIDES THE DESCRIPTIONS OF MANY SUCH PROGRAMS FOR BOTH ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS. CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAS DEVELOPED PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES, MATH, AND GIFTED STUDENTS IN MANY OF THE HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA. ALSO DESCRIBED IS A CURRICULUM CONTINUITY PROGRAM DEVELOPED IN THE PITTSBURGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WHICH PROVIDES FOR CONTINUOUS LEARNING EXPERIENCES THROUGH WHICH ABLE STUDENTS CAN PROGRESS, EACH AT HIS OWN PACE. PUERTO RICO BEGAN A NEW HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM IN 1960 WHICH PROVIDES A GENERAL EDUCATION OF HIGH QUALITY BY--COMBINING RESOURCES, AND INTRODUCING SUCH NEW MEDIA AS T.V. AND TEACHING MACHINES. JACKSON STATE COLLEGE IN MISSISSIPPI HAS DEVELOPED A PROGRAM FOR SELECTED NEGRO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHICH OPERATES ON SATURDAYS. EACH GROUP OF 36 STUDENTS ATTENDS FOR 1 YEAR.
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Authoring Institution: Inter-Univ. Committee on the Superior Student, Boulder, CO.
Identifiers: Colorado (Boulder); JACKSON; MISSISSIPPI; PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh); PUERTO RICO