Resource: Gifted children and homeschooling: Historical and contemporary perspectives
Author: Kearney, K.
Publications: In the book Gifted education in the 21st century: Issues and concerns
Publisher: Winslow Press
Year: 1999
Description: This chapter reviews the history of the homeschooling movement among families with gifted children, explores some of the reasons families of gifted children choose homeschooling as an educational alternative, reviews the way giftedness can unexpectedly impact legal issues, curriculum development, and socialization in the homeschool, and looks ahead at the future of homeschooling gifted children.

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