A special school for exceptionally-gifted students, here in Reno will be gracing the cover of next week's issue of "Time Magazine."
The Davidson Academy of Nevada at the University of Nevada at Reno teaches about 45 exceptionally gifted students between the ages of 11 and 16.
The article discusses how limited resources are for the country's smartest children. "Time" suggests Davidson is a model for other schools because it adequately challenges its gifted students.
Davidson is the country's only state-supported, tuition-free public shool for gifted students.