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For Parents: Parenting for High Potential
, Support: Advocacy
||School Experiences: Being Your Child’s Best Advocate
||M. S. Matthews, Ph.D.
||The family is the basic unit of society, but in a highly organized society like ours, community life is also tremendously important. As your child gets older, your community and society at large will influence your child more strongly and more directly. How can you make this interaction between your child and the outside world as constructive as possible?
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