As the ink dries on the recently enacted gifted education law, Public Law 17-82, Connecticut has the opportunity to lead the nation in empowering local school administrators and teachers in how to best serve our gifted and talented students.
With the first days of school just weeks away, even the most seasoned educator feels a variety of emotions. 
This post by April Keck DeGennaro, a Gifted Enrichment Teacher in Fayetteville, GA, looks at creating flexible learning spaces. 
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.