The changing role of the gifted education specialist

Hertzog, Nancy B.
January 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p39
Academic Journal
Opinion. Focuses on educational reform in the United states with emphasis on gifted educational programs. Challenges which such gifted educational institutions face; Indepth look at the program of a school with a gifted education program; Options and curricular opportunities of these programs. INSETS: What does the research say about the gifted education...;What is gifted education defined?.


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