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This discussion and workshop gives practical tools to understand how to not just be “not racist,” but become an anti-racist, active participant in ending racism.
What is advocacy? What goals do advocates for gifted education have? Who can advocate? What are important points to remember in order to enhance the effectiveness of advocacy?
This article examines how gifted girls with ADHD cope with academic and social pressures associated with their middle and high school years.
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.
This column shares some key elements for parents to remember as they advocate locally for their gifted children.
A literature review of articles that address evaluation of gifted education programming and services.
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