PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — This year’s California Association of the Gifted conference featured a thread totally devoted to twice-exceptionality, with 16 sessions covering topics for twice-exceptional students and parents of twice-exceptional students. In addition, Dr. Sally Reis delivered a keynote address, which focused on the loss of talented girls and women across the globe, and the implications that can have on creativity, leadership, innovation, and creative production.
“I believe that if there are more women leaders, we have less hunger, less poverty, and less war," said Reis, who has published extensively on twice-exceptionality. "Women leaders at the top focus on different things; what is best for families and what is best for chil...
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