Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was ostracized for his difference when he should have been — and ultimately was — celebrated.
Advocacy efforts are reaching interested parents and professionals through social media, and 2e youngsters are beginning to excel and become creative, productive adults when they have had the opportunities to develop their gifts and talents.
A new institution has been born: the Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education.
The 2e Center’s research has uncovered six factors that are critical in in building a strong foundation for 2e students. The first is tolerance for asynchrony.
It’s a common myth that academic success is independent of social and emotional well-being.