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||'Mathematics for All' Must Include High-Ability and Highly Motivated Students
||National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
||This article written by Glenda Lappan and hosted on the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) website, advocates the need for gifted children to be challenged in their course work, specifically in mathematics. She stresses the importance of using outside resources for children to read and study on their own. Lappan states that mathematics clubs can provide extra opportunities.
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