Gifted, Talented, and Underserved

The truth is that high-ability students do not need more money spent on their schooling as much as they need to be allowed to learn at a faster pace with other gifted students.

This article addresses many gaps in the educational system, particularly for low income students who are gifted. The author states that, “we must start by acknowledging in policy, rhetoric, and resource priorities that the education system’s main function is to develop human capital in children of every ability level — including high-potential children.”

Read the article: Gifted, Talented, and Underserved