Wednesday, August 19, 2015
But, in addition to all that, she is also the mother of three gifted daughters, who told the NY Gifted Education Examiner, "I think all children are special in their own ways, and have interests as varying as they themselves are. All children require different types of parenting, different educations etc... They are like snowflakes: No two are the same. I will say that finding the proper school environment is more challenging with highly/profoundly gifted children. This is where my views may be controversial...."
What's controversial about them? Find out in Part #1 and Part #2 of her exclusive interview!
And for New York City parents who know that many more children test gifted here than there are Kindergarten slots, have no fear, help is on the way!
Check out two FREE upcoming "Getting Into NYC Kindergarten" workshops that will explain all your school options, public, private, gifted, magnet, dual language, religious and more, as well as how to apply and insider tips for getting in without breaking the bank - or losing your mind!
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And to get the most out of either workshop, make sure you read the book it's based on:
It will prompt questions you didn't even know you had! Answers at the workshop!
Posted by Alina Adams at 6:25 AM