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||The Challenges of Educating the Gifted in Rural Areas (The Practical Strategies Series in Gifted Education)
||It is only natural to ask how best to maintain a quality educational program in remote areas where funding is limited by lower population numbers and recruiting experienced teachers is problematic. This book by Joan D. Lewis, Ph.D. addresses the challenges and benefits of rural schools, shares how to adapt traditional gifted education programs for rural settings, and identifies and examines the components of a workable, successful collaboration among school administrators, teachers, students, parents, and other supporters from the community.
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