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Gifted and talented program

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Bed-Stuy »

P.S. 26 was among several schools launching a G&T pilot program.

Bed-Stuy »

The absence of programs in central Brooklyn is a "blemish" on education in the city, a councilman says.

Carroll Gardens »

Anna Allanbrook has led Brooklyn New School P.S. 146 since 1997.

Astoria »

Parents are angry that the city may not guarantee their kids spots in the middle school G&T program.

Corona »

The school in Corona is operating at 120 percent of its capacity.

New York City »

Nearly 5,500 city school children received an offer for a gifted and talented school.

Manhattan »

Nearly 5,000 preschoolers qualified for a gifted and talented kindergarten seat, the DOE said.

Downtown »

Every January, thousands of New York preschoolers vie for scarce gifted and talented seats.

Manhattan »

There were "some issues" with the online application for signing up kids to take the gifted and talented test on Friday, the deadline, but DOE officials said they would help shut out parents schedule a test time on Monday.  

Manhattan »

District 2, covering the Upper East Side and Tribeca, and the Upper West Side's District 3 had the most students in gifted and talented programs.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said he takes responsibility for not informing parents sooner about lost program.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

P.S. 9 won't be accepting any more gifted and talented students, starting this fall.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

If you think college admissions are stressful, try getting your child into kindergarten on the Upper East Side.