Kindergartner Jonathan Brown makes a triangle in April Zolnierowicz's class at Knightdale Elementary School, one of 16 Wake County elementary schools where  students are taught as if they’re all gifted.
Kindergartner Jonathan Brown makes a triangle in April Zolnierowicz's class at Knightdale Elementary School, one of 16 Wake County elementary schools where students are taught as if they’re all gifted. cseward@newsobserver.com
Kindergartner Jonathan Brown makes a triangle in April Zolnierowicz's class at Knightdale Elementary School, one of 16 Wake County elementary schools where students are taught as if they’re all gifted. cseward@newsobserver.com

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