Education Resources: Ages 13-17

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Parents tell us...

"I was afraid she was going to drop out."

"My daughter was bullied for half her sophomore year before she told me and we got help."

"He really struggled with all of the different classes, but the school worked with him to help him get through." 

Twice-exceptional (intellectually gifted students experiencing a disability)

Many students who are twice-exceptional have a delayed identification. Their disability might be hidden by their intelligence, or their disability could hide their giftedness. Many love to learn, but are not fond of school.

Oregon Department of Education: FAQs about Talented and Gifted Education

Sen Gifted.org:  Is My Child Gifted?

Davidson Gifted.org:  Articles on Intellectually Gifted Students Who Experience a Disability 

Disclaimer

Inclusion of resources on our site does not imply endorsement nor does exclusion mean we do not think it is valuable. We work to keep our list of resources current and relevant but it is not exhaustive.

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