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Understanding students who are gifted

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 23, 2016

Students who are gifted have a great capacity to learn that does not always translate into stellar academic performance, Texas gifted-education coordinator Heather Brown writes in this commentary. Brown shares common misconceptions about students who are gifted and explains why they need targeted instruction to help them perform at their highest level. Midland Reporter-Telegram (Texas) (09/20)


How inclusion affects classroom culture

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 21, 2016

Data reveal gap in postsecondary services, accommodations

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 21, 2016

How does perception shape math processing?

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 21, 2016

Inclusive preschool serves low-income families

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 23, 2016

Study: Troubled students find harshness, not help

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 26, 2016

Are principals the key to teacher retention?

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 23, 2016

Why collaboration is key to improving schools

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 21, 2016

Study examines youth suicide factors

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 21, 2016

Study examines comorbidity patterns in girls with ADHD

SmartBrief on Special Education | Sep 23, 2016


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