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Gifted and talented: is the term still in use?
Is the term 'gifted and talented' (G&T) still in use? We explain that G&T is no longer used officially, but schools may still choose to refer to certain pupils as G&T. We also look at alternatives to G&T and the history of the term.
- ‘G&T’ is no longer officially used
- Alternative terms
- History of the term ‘G&T’
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