Resource: Golda Meir School (Milwaukee, WI)
Website: Golda Meir School (Milwaukee, WI)
Description: A public school, grades 3-8 Golda Meir's Gifted and Talented Program dates back to the early 70s and Milwaukee's magnet school program. On May 4, 1979 Golda Meir School, which began as 4th Street School, was renamed and re-dedicated in honor of Golda Meir (Prime Minister of Israel) who attended the school from 1906-1909. Golda Meir provides a challenging curriculum for 260 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students who come from the city of Milwaukee and from the nearby suburbs.

Comments: Contributed by: Parent on 11/19/2004
Golda Meir Urban Gifted & Talented program is a shining example of what can be accomplished in a public school system (Milwaukee Public Schools) when parents, teachers, students, and administrators work together at a common goal. Golda Meir students rival or surpass private and suburban schools in standardized testing. Opportunities for enrichment through field trips and outside activities is outstanding. Students at Golda Meir are given challenging, thought provoking work in an environment that nurtures creative thinking.

Contributed by: Parent on 9/22/2004
Golda Meir provides a wonderful place for gifted and talented children who live in the Milwaukee area.

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