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Are We Failing Our Geniuses?

Are We Failing Our Geniuses?
An article in Time magazine asks "Are We Failing Our Geniuses?"  Often in school systems, children aren't permitted to learn at their level in each subject.  The are put into age-specific classes, and only provided educational material based on their age.  The article says, "Many school systems are wary of grade skipping even though research shows that it usually works well both academically and socially for gifted students--and that holding them back can lead to isolation...
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Guest — Annie Kate
You are so correct in this. Homeschooling allows children of all abilities to work at their own level. Even in homeschool, thoug... Read More
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 03:11
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
I see what you mean, Annie. There is only an excerpt now. Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 12:14
Guest — April Edwards
Thank you Lee for emailing this to me (I'm a gold club subscriber). This is the EXACT reason we are homeschooling our profoundly ... Read More
Thursday, 30 August 2012 08:21
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