The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system will hold off for at least a year on financing changes related to academically gifted programs at its elementary schools, but it will also bring in a consultant to talk to principals, teachers and parents about the “clustering” AG system that Superintendent Don Martin favors.
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Thirty-two years ago, architect L. Wesley Curtis Jr. and his wife embarked upon an ambitious plan. They would choose three cities where they would live for five years each. At the end of their 15-year experiment, they would settle on the most ideal place to raise a family.