Lucy Waterbury thinks the needs of son Wyatt, 8, and other gifted and talented students in Fayette aren't being met. She also says gifted students at high-poverty schools are going unidentified.
Lucy Waterbury thinks the needs of son Wyatt, 8, and other gifted and talented students in Fayette aren't being met. She also says gifted students at high-poverty schools are going unidentified. Lexington Herald-Leader
Lucy Waterbury thinks the needs of son Wyatt, 8, and other gifted and talented students in Fayette aren't being met. She also says gifted students at high-poverty schools are going unidentified. Lexington Herald-Leader

Parents raise concerns about Fayette County Schools' handling of gifted and talented students

June 20, 2015 6:31 PM

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