When It’s Time to Cut Your Gifted Child Some Slack

From Psychology Today: Christopher Taibbi, who specializes in gifted education, writes: “I am standing in a classroom, a second grade room if the décor on the walls and bulletin boards is any indication. Before me is a small mixed group of parents and teachers, about 45 in total, some standing, some leaning, some seated in the too-small chairs. I have been asked to join this group as part of an information night seminar because the one thing all these folks have in common is that their kids have been identified for placement in this school division’s gifted program.”

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