Educators need tools to serve gifted children

05/14/2008 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Gifted children have unique needs, but few classroom teachers are ever trained to address them, writes gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher. Just 77 U.S. colleges offer whole courses in gifted education while most schools simply discuss gifted students during one lecture in a class on exceptional children, she says.

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