EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
33-2003. Responsibility of school districts for education of gifted/talented children. Each public school district is responsible for and shall provide for the special instructional needs of gifted/talented children enrolled therein.
Public school districts in the state shall provide instruction and training for children between the ages of five (5) years and eighteen (18) years who are gifted/talented as defined in this chapter and by the state board of education. The state board of education shall, through its department of education, determine eligibility criteria and assist school districts in developing a variety of flexible approaches for instruction and training that may include administrative accommodations, curriculum modification and special programs.
[33-2003, added 1991, ch. 323, sec. 5, p. 840; am. 1993, ch. 409, sec. 1, p. 1501.]