Students with Disabilities Often Overlooked in Gifted Programming
[Source: The 74]
Gifted students with special needs can be hard for teachers to spot: Their disabilities can mask their skills. Many are in classes below their level. Read the following news piece from The 74, an education news non-profit, to learn more about the experiences of twice-exceptional students and their families.
These advanced learners, who may also receive special education services, can languish academically, their skills overlooked. The same holds true for low-income children, students of color and those learning to speak English.
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