PRESS RELEASE: Pasadena Unified School District Engages The Institute for Educational Advancement to Support Gifted and Talented Education
Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) has partnered with local nonprofit, the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA), to deliver high-quality gifted and talented services for eligible students.
by Morgan Carrion NPR ed’s website features several articles that discuss various ways in which our current system fails to meet kids where they are. Right next to an article […]
It’s not news that parents of gifted learners are often tired. The seemingly endless trial-and-error of finding the right resources for your child can be as exhausting as it is […]
IEA has named 16 young people from across the country as its 2013 Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship recipients. The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship annually awards highly gifted and talented students […]
By Elizabeth Jones, IEA President and Co-Founder In reading the article “Is There a Place at the Table for Parents” a few days ago, I began to reflect on and […]
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