Yes. Gifted students are a reality of education. Acknowledging them as such encourages them to work to their potential and ensures that they will receive the more challenging work that will keep them engaged.
51% (198 votes)
No. As long as schools provide advanced course work for students who work at a higher level, there is no need to label such students as gifted, which can be demoralizing for students who are not identified this way.
45% (173 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
4% (16 votes)
Total votes: 387