Gifted student programs let students pursue excellence
The display boards may be slightly crooked and the research papers dotted with minor misspellings, but with these science projects, second-graders in Chandra Tebay's gifted classroom did something important. . . .
Tri-City Herald, WA
April 29, 2006
Center for Gifted Education partners with leaders in gifted education to address needs of low-income promising learners
Promising learners from backgrounds of poverty often cannot access community resources but must rely on schools as the context for their education, according to researchers in gifted education. It is these learners in particular whose talent development is most in jeopardy. . . .
W & M News, VA
April 18, 2006
From Gifted to At Risk: Money for Michigan's brightest students dwindles
Tenia McClendon knew her granddaughter was extraordinary when, at 15 months, the girl could recite the alphabet, count to 15 and carry on a conversation. . . .
Detroit Free Press, MI
April 18, 2006
Clayton IDs, nurtures high-potential learners
On days 11-year-old Brianna Brown comes home after Mr. Kelley's class, her mom knows a story will ensue. It could be about ancient Egypt and the Nile. Or volcanoes and Pompeii. Or Rome. Mr. Kelley's class is a big hit with Brianna. . . .
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, GA
April 3, 2006
A gifted group reunites: Alumnae return to Mary Baldwin to reflect on PEG's impact
It started 20 years ago, as founding director Christine "Tee" Garrison described it, with a notepad, a grant and a dream.From those humble beginnings sprouted a revolutionary idea: Mary Baldwin College's Program for the Exceptionally Gifted. . .
The Staunton News Leader, VA
April 1, 2006