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"To have the intelligence of an adult and emotions of a child combined in a childish body is to encounter certain difficulties."

Leta Stetter Hollingworth, Foremother of the Psychology and Education of the Gifted (1886-1939)

 

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synopsis


 

"To have the intelligence of an adult and emotions of a child combined in a childish body is to encounter certain difficulties."

Leta Stetter Hollingworth, Foremother of the Psychology and Education of the Gifted (1886-1939)

 

Craving true intellectual connection, social acceptance, and authentic success, gifted people at every age confront unique challenges that tend to perpetuate an outsider status. Typically facing a one-size-fits-all education system and a mainstream culture that does not value their deep intellectual curiosity, high ethical standards, and emotional sensitivities, our nation’s gifted and talented are often marginalized and unserved on the mistaken assumption “they are smart; they will be fine.” But much like those who are on the other end of the IQ bell-curve, who deviate just as much as they do from the norm, they have needs that differ from the mainstream and must be addressed differently if they are to thrive.

The G Word | Trailer

Exceptional Minds | A story from the forthcoming documentary The G Word.

Meet the Experts | Who Gets to be Gifted in America and Why?

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