A Range of Program Options

Imagine one and only one option for program services for all special needs students. That would include blind students, deaf students, learning impaired students, children with Asperger’s Syndrome and so forth. What single school program or service would educate all...

Gifted Advocacy at the School District Level

Advocacy seems to be happening year-round.  We had our Washington State Gifted Education Day at the State Capitol in January.  I was invited to NAGC’s Advocacy Conference in the other Washington in March – my introduction to advocacy at the national level.  In...

The Challenge of Equity for Gifted Children

This past week I finished meeting with four state legislators to talk about the barriers to equitable identification and services for gifted children.  It has been well documented that school districts miss identification of children in minority and poverty...