GATE - Information

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GATE Overview

IUSD's GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) program is designed to meet the academic, social and emotional needs of advanced learners. IUSD provides GATE cluster for 3rd through 6th grade students. Middle school GATE programs vary from site to site. Teachers of gifted and advanced learners are provided with professional learning specific to meeting the needs of gifted and advanced learners. Curriculum and instruction are designed with more complex ideas and require deeper connections through the core content. Once a student is GATE identified, the placement remains through middle school.

Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

GATE-Identification: Multiple Criteria Measure

Every school district in California incorporates its own GATE-identification criteria and programs. IUSD uses the Multiple Criteria Measure for identification with all 3rd through 6th grade students. The Multiple Criteria Measure process takes place automatically for all 3rd-6th grade students with each component completed within the school day and over the course of the school year. To qualify, students must score within the top 20% of his/her grade level.

Additional information regarding the data included in the evaluation is available on our Multiple Criteria Measure page.

June 21st Update:

GATE-identification via IUSD's Multiple Criteria Measure for 3rd-6th grades students has been finalized and notification was sent via email on June 14th. Students who were GATE-identified will be automatically placed in the GATE program at their school.

Parents may request the results of their student's Multiple Criteria Measure scores by completing the Multiple Criteria Request Form.

Please click here for a comparison of Multiple Criteria Measure scores.