Concepts of inclusion in gifted education

Culross, Rita R.
January 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p24
Academic Journal
Focuses on the concepts of inclusion in gifted education and provides guidelines for teachers and administrators for serving gifted students in the United States. Factors to consider in evaluation of service to gifted education; Distinction of gifted and special education; Effects of the gifted students on the general education program.


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