Companies are harnessing the cognitive energies of all people to evolve the notion of what it means to be a successful professional in the workplace.
Renowned government and politics professor and author John J. Pitney illuminates the many facets of spectrum politics.
Latino students often face linguistic and cultural obstacles in regard to being identified as gifted or 2e.
The Bridges Graduate School, offering advanced degrees in cognitive diversity and certificates in twice-exceptionality, is the first of its kind.
African-American students are disproportionately enrolled in special ed classes. Only a small percentage get to go to gifted classes
Marc Smolowitz’s upcoming documentary challenges traditional notions of giftedness.
Jacqui Byrne’s micro-school approach has FlexSchool expanding to support twice-exceptional kids.
The second annual online conference features 30 sessions led by experts across the field of twice-exceptionality.
Julie Skolnick’s 2e journey was difficult. Now she’s focused on making it easier for parents, educators, and therapists to support 2e kids.
Battling cultural stereotypes, Asian American parents and students are at the crossroads of twice-exceptionality.