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Young Scholar Application Q&A on Aug. 15

Gifted Resources

Finding out your child is profoundly gifted or twice-exceptional can be confusing and overwhelming. It may not be clear where to go to find resources to support your child. The Davidson Institute’s Young Scholar Program is here for you and your family.

If you have questions about what the Young Scholars Program is or how we can support your student, please consider attending an Application Q&A session on Aug. 15 at 4 PM (Pacific)! This session is for parents and educators and intended to run for 60 minutes. Please RSVP to save your seat >

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