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James Borland: A Call to Reform Education for Gifted Students

Writing in The Creativity Post, James Borland, Professor of Education, argues that gifted education in the U.S. is fundamentally and fatally flawed. In a series of forthcoming columns in that publication, Borland will "take issue with some of the articles of faith in the field...suggest that we could, and should have gifted education without gifted programs...and most radically... urge us to envision a world of gifted education without gifted students."
Writing in The Creativity Post, James Borland, Professor of Education, argues that gifted education in the U.S. is fundamentally and fatally flawed. In a series of forthcoming columns in that publication, Borland will "take issue with some of the articles of faith in the field...suggest that we could, and should have gifted education without gifted programs...and most radically... urge us to envision a world of gifted education without gifted students."

Link: Problematizing Gifted Education, Part I:  Why Problematize?

Published Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2012

James Borland: A Call to Reform Education for Gifted Students

Writing in The Creativity Post, James Borland, Professor of Education, argues that gifted education in the U.S. is fundamentally and fatally flawed. In a series of forthcoming columns in that publication, Borland will "take issue with some of the articles of faith in the field...suggest that we could, and should have gifted education without gifted programs...and most radically... urge us to envision a world of gifted education without gifted students."

Link: Problematizing Gifted Education, Part I:  Why Problematize?

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