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Efforts are underway to level the playing field for the 4-year-olds.

Carroll Gardens »

Finding the right G&T program depends on your child's needs and the schools involved, experts said.

Hunts Point »

A growing number of educators want to provide gifted-and-talented-like learning for all students.

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education is adding a third-grade G&T class to District 3 next year.

Yorkville »

For the first time, the DOE is hosting information sessions in all 32 school districts.

Bed-Stuy »

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

TriBeCa »

The number of offers to G&T programs dropped, as the city changed its enrollment process.    

Upper West Side »

City schools are 70 percent black and Hispanic, but their G&T programs are 70 percent white and Asian.

Upper West Side »

Here's what you need to know if you're hoping to score a G&T seat for your 4-year-old in fall 2015.

Flushing »

Changes to the gifted and talented exam put children of immigrants at a disadvantage, experts said.

Civic Center »

Just 13 percent of 4-year-olds qualified for citywide G&T seats, down from 21 percent last year.

New York City »

Acceptance rates were lower for citywide G&T programs than for some Ivy League schools.

Upper East Side »

Parents filed a lawsuit challenging the DOE's sibling policy and methodology for G&T admissions.

New York City »

City Council Speaker and mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn announced a proposal Tuesday for more G&T seats.

Astoria »

Nearly 200 more kids qualified for talented and gifted programs in the district this year.