Vermont Statutes define gifted and talented as "children …who, when compared to others of their age, experience or environment, exhibit capability of high performance in intellectual, creative or artistic areas, possess an unusual capacity for leadership or excel in specific academic fields." Education for the gifted and talented differs from other content areas in that there are no state standards or grade level expectations. The Agency of Education demonstrates support for this area by including an enrichment coordinator as part of the Standards and Assessment Team.


Title 16: Education (Chapter 1, Section 13)
View the Vermont statutes definition of "gifted and talented."

  Advanced Placement (AP) Fee Reduction Grant for 2010
Once again this year, Vermont has been awarded an AP Fee Reduction Grant. The purpose of this grant is to pay all or a portion of the advanced placement fees on behalf of eligible low-income students who are enrolled in an advanced placement course and plan to take an advanced placement exam.

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