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IEA in the News
Betsy Jones, President and co-founder of the Institute for Educational Advancement is featured in Huntington Hospital's Spring Advocate. Click here to read the full article about Betsy's contributions to the community.
Seth Freeman, a member of the board of the Institute for Educational Advancement wrote an article features in the Huffington Post on the plight of gifted students in the American school system. Click here to read his full article about the gifted and at-risk.
Gifted in the News
Southern California Public Radio recently aired a two-part series on gifted education:
- "Are 'gifted' students being hurt by a race to the middle?"
- "The SoCal perspective: Are 'gifted' students being hurt by a race to the middle?"
Education Week recently published an interesting article, "Parents Press for Attention to Programs for Gifted Students."