I was part of the initial bunch they did this to back in the seventies. We were part of a study--I was chosen for the "experimental" group rather than the control group--which, I suppose, was to guide the implementation of WV's new gifted program.
In West Virginia, gifted students are included under the special education umbrella (hold the jokes--their just too easy). In my grad school intro to the exceptional student class last semester, the prof said that over the years they had discovered through retesting that there was one exceptionality that could be cured--giftedness.
They do not notify the parents when the students' scores drop out of range, however. Once gifted, always gifted.
I wonder if they've cured me yet....