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TC's Borland: Gifted Programs Should Make Education Appropriate for Students of High Ability

James Borland writes that gifted programs should make education right for three million or so bright students, instead of "cultivating the rare talents that might blossom into eminence."
James Borland writes that gifted programs should make education right for three million or so bright students, instead of "cultivating the rare talents that might blossom into eminence."

Link: A Landmark Monograph in Gifted Education, and Why I Disagree with Its Major Conclusion

Published Monday, Jun. 25, 2012

TC's Borland: Gifted Programs Should Make Education Appropriate for Students of High Ability

James Borland writes that gifted programs should make education right for three million or so bright students, instead of "cultivating the rare talents that might blossom into eminence."

Link: A Landmark Monograph in Gifted Education, and Why I Disagree with Its Major Conclusion

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