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THE HIGH FLYER post is by Elissa F. Brown, Acting Admissions Director of the Hunter College Campus Schools and Director of the Hunter College Gifted Center.
Recently I was treated to an outstanding theatrical performance of A Christmas Carol, during which I was inspired to write about the three spirits of gifted education, past, present, and future, and the messages they would relay to the Scroogish general education community that has long “replaced” talent development with the “idol” of testing.
A version of THE HIGH FLYER post by Dr. Hope E. Wilson, associate professor at the University of North Florida and past chair of the NAGC Arts Network, and Dr. Clar M. Baldusm a clinical associate professor at the University of Iowa and chair of the NAGC Arts Network, appeared in Parenting for High Potential (December 2016)
THE HIGH FLYER post is by Brandon L. Wright, Editorial Director of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute.
THE HIGH FLYER post by Russell Warne highlights the Gifted Child Quarterly article, “Five Reasons to Put the g Back into Giftedness: An Argument for Applying the Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Intelligence to Gifted Education Research and Practice."

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