Gifted students with disabilities remain a major group of underserved and understimulated youth. The focus on accommodations for their disabilities may preclude the recognition and development of their cognitive abilities.
In order for these children to reach their highest potential, schools and parents must recognize and nurture their intellectual strengths while appropriately accommodating for their disability.
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