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Guides to Advocating for Gifted Children at School

Resources to Help with Advocating for Your Gifted Learner

Gifted students in states across the country often encounter a wide range of services varying from state to state and even district to district. Parents of gifted students, especially profoundly gifted or twice-exceptional, may find themselves in a position where they must advocate for their child in order to receive a fair and appropriate education for their special needs and abilities. To that end, the Davidson Institute has prepared the following “Best of Advocacy” articles to help you advocate on behalf of your gifted child.

Davidson Gifted Blog

Check out the latest expert articles from the Davidson Institute. Our blog covers everything - gifted education and support, parenting strategies for gifted children, social and emotional resources, gifted testing and identification, and more.

Gifted Homeschooling and Socializing

Gifted Homeschooling and Socializing After curriculum, one of the most…

Executive Functioning and Gifted Children

Executive Functioning and Gifted Children What is executive functioning? Executive…

Struggle Care in Neurodiverse Families

What is struggle care? Struggle care is a useful way…

Tips for Parents: Socialization and the Highly Gifted Child

The following article by Dr. Jim Delisle shares highlights and…