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||Gifted Children and Legal Issues in Education: Parents' Stories of Hope
||Karnes, F. & Marquardt, R.
||Great Potential Press
||A moving set of reports on the trials and tribulations of parents who strive for an appropriate and high quality education for their gifted and talented children. After an introduction which sets the stage by offering the basic information which all advocates of the gifted should have, the book offers one set of stories on early admission and the general problem of admission to programs, a second set on parents' efforts to get proper instruction for their gifted children, and a third on early high school graduation and the awarding of credits.
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