… thus, they were lost in the shuffle. The irony of it all is that gifted-ness seems to run in families and the children of these repressed gifted students are, themselves, gifted.
In summary, the gifted student presents a complete set of unique need to the educational systems. These students are often ridiculed by their peers and looked-down upon by their teachers. They are often separated …
… much in common with those of Robert Ebel. Ravitch shares Ebels opinion that a refreshed stress on traditional academic programs is imperative to reestablish the effectiveness of the American education system. This return to academics is an essential part of Edward R. Murrow High School. At Murrow, all [students] are expected and required to take a strong academic program to graduate- that is a minimum of …
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