GIFTED STUDENTS possess tremendous potential, but all too often, they have little access to the resources critical to their success. In the era of “No Child Left Behind,” American public schools concentrate their efforts and funding on improving performance of the bottom tier of students, at the expense of the brightest. Gifted youth who are not challenged in the classroom may lose focus and become unmotivated, finding less productive outlets for their intellectual gifts in the process.
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Learn more about the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) and our work to support gifted youth.