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A Guide to Gifted Talent Development

Resources to Help Develop Talent in Gifted Children

Profoundly gifted (PG) or twice-exceptional (2e) students are often above grade level or have above grade level interests or hobbies. It is not uncommon for parents of PG or 2e students to work to supplement their child’s education outside of school. Similarly, it is not uncommon for homeschooling families to draw on a number of programs to create a homeschooling plan. So, whether you’re looking for ways to supplement your child’s education or to support your child’s deep dive into their latest interest, the resources in this Talent Development Resource Guide can help you find resources and strategies to support your child’s talent development.

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