This HIGH FLYER post by Michelle Pearson, the 2011 Colorado State Teacher of the Year, originally appeared in a slightly different form on the Education Post.
Many studies have shown benefits during childhood for accelerated individuals, but few studies have examined outcomes of acceleration in adulthood. Two recent studies compared adult income for accelerated and similar non-accelerated individuals.
THE HIGH FLYER post is by Chris Yaluma, a research intern at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, who is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in education policy at Ohio State University. 
THE HIGH FLYER post is by Tyne Watts, a rising freshman in the LEAD engineering program at Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Thank you to all the NAGC members who took a moment to inform the future of NAGC by voting in the Board and Network elections. You have chosen leaders with clear visions for NAGC and the field.