Just want to let you know that my “PIAs Need Not Apply” post in this edition of the Carnival of Education, hosted by The Education Wonks. Check out the array of education blog offerings!
- "That is a great blog you have there.--jay" Jay Mathews, Washington Post education writer
- Why You Should Fill Out that Application for the Highly Gifted Center Program
- "There's Gifted, and Then There's Profoundly Gifted"
- Just Saying No--to Accelerated Math
- Sir Ken Robinson on Homeschooling
- Documentary: Getting In...Kindergarten
- 75th Percentile
- Anxiety and Giftedness
- The Point: Knitting Benefits a Gifted Teen
- Why Elementary Teachers Overlook the Verbally Gifted Child
- The "More" Child. All rights reserved. Copyright 2007-2010.
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