Gifted and Talented Learning in the Age of COVID-19

Many of you want to know answers. What does the Fall look like? How does a hands-on, project based, collaborative community like Young Academy translate our model while balancing the safety needs of our stakeholders? These are unprecedented times. Many of you are seeing what the Texas Education Agency has released as guidance for public schools in Texas. You may view the draft document here at the close of this post. As we've said before, we will differ from the public school health guidelines, however, it is wise to be aware of what public schools will be doing. The more you know... UPDATED: The draft plan was pulled and is being revised due to the spike in Texas COVID-19 cases. The new release date is currently unknown.

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E.A. Young Academy is the only K-12 private school in the North Texas region to offer a comprehensive program targeted specifically for the gifted, talented and high ability scholar.

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