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Duxbury

'Gifted' program called subjective by irate parents

By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / October 2, 2008

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Shortly before the school year began in Duxbury, word of a special program for high-end learners began circulating. Fourteen children, judged to fit criteria associated with gifted students, had been identified by school officials and put in clusters in third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade classrooms at the Alden School. (Full article: 934 words)

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