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By Nicholas Colangelo, Susan G. Assouline, Miraca U. M. Gross

In may possibly 2003 on the collage of Iowa a summit was once hung on acceleration. Educators and students from round the nation have been invited to aid formulate a file on acceleration. They deliberated approximately what faculties want to know to be able to make the simplest judgements on instructing hugely able scholars. the colourful discussions resulted in this ebook. (Description via http-mart)

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Overall, participants valued academic and intellectual stimulation in high school and found the lack of it distressing. Table 3, which displays representative likes and dislikes from academic-related categories, shows that participants regularly voiced positive reactions to working hard, being intellectually challenged, and being with their intellectual peers. Across samples, over a third of participants nominated either intellectual challenge, opportunities for acceleration, pro-intellectualism, school work, academic clubs, or excelling at academics as something they liked most about their high school experience.

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