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Were You Part Of The "Mentally Gifted Minds" Program In California Scools back in the 70's?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 17927000:MV85NjMyNjNfMzQwNjQwMDVfREIzQTdGQzA=] [quote:ArmchairObserver:MV85NjMyNjNfMzQwNjM3MTNfQjNEQUM1ODg=] Yes. This was the common rule that I saw with various gifted education programs: [i]These files and the information contained therein shall not be placed in the student’s cumulative record folder. The files shall be maintained in a separate locked storage facility/file cabinet, and access to the information shall be resticted to those personnel working directly with the identification process, gifted education purposes, or that have a documented need to know. Parents shall have access to these records .[/i] In other words, the records for the gifted program were not kept with the student's regular school records. Also common: [i]Records of placement decisions and data on all nominated students will be kept on file for a minimum of five years or for as long as needed for educational decisions.[/i] Awesome name for the school played a major point in picking this one as an example lol: http://www.oologah.k12.ok.us/vnews/display.v/SEC/District|Gifted%20and%20Talented%20Education%20Plan Hence the destruction of the records after the 5 year period that was mentioned on the thread earlier. Also interesting: http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Know_Your_Legal/ [/quote] I run into this in almost every state. [/quote]
Were you ever removed, many times, from your regular class for "testing"?
Were you shown a series of high speed images on a television, not once, but many times?
Was the school psychologist selectively interested in you?
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