News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
As the 2e educational movement moves forward, we would like to recognize those who are making an impact in supporting this population of thinkers.
Renowned government and politics professor and author John J. Pitney illuminates the many facets of spectrum politics.
These pieces on various aspects of twice-exceptionality generated significant interest among our readers during this past calendar year.
Latino students often face linguistic and cultural obstacles in regard to being identified as gifted or 2e.
Both honorees have “advanced the recognition of the talents and abilities” of specific populations of gifted children.
These tips will help twice-exceptional students manage the transition, socially and academically, from high school to post-secondary life.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was ostracized for his difference when he should have been — and ultimately was — celebrated.
Twice-exceptional learners are complex and fascinating. They have enormous potential, but it may be hidden from view.
Twice-exceptional students can get into highly ranked universities, but those sometimes aren’t best-suited to meet the needs of 2e kids.