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Gifted Teen Studies Theater At UNLV
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AIR DATE: December 10, 2013

The National Association for Gifted Children estimates that roughly six percent of the student population – kids between kindergarten and twelfth grade – are gifted.But what is gifted? 14-year old Ke’Andre Blackston Jr has been told all his life he’s gifted, and now he’s a freshman at UNLV.

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Ke'Andre Blackston Jr., UNLV student

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