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Tracy Ford Inman

Working With Your Child’s School

A healthy partnership between school and home doesn’t necessarily happen on its own. Like any true partnership, it requires clear communication, collaboration, cooperation, and trust.

Raymond F. "Rick" Peters

From the President: Column for The Advocacy in Gifted Education Issue

This column shares some key elements for parents to remember as they advocate locally for their gifted children.

Lynette Breedlove

5 Essentials of Parenting Gifted Kids

Whether they’re brand new or veterans to the joys of parenting gifted kids, the parents of your gifted students will benefit from exploring the 5 Essentials of Parenting Gifted Kids.

Susan Winebrenner

Should Adults Tell Students What the Word “Gifted” Means?

For many years, teachers and parents have asked me, “Should we let this student know he or she has been identified as gifted?”

Amy L. Boone

Growing Gifted Girls

Throughout the gifted girl’s childhood, messages from her parents, culture, and schools will significantly influence her ability for growth.

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Jack Andraka

The Knowledge Cure

Jack Andraka is an 18-year-old inventor, scientist, and researcher. At the age of 15, this teen prodigy developed a patent pending test that has the potential to save countless lives by detecting early stage pancreatic cancer.