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Read about Advocating for Gifted Services from the National Association for Gifted Children.
Please visit, and read this article from the 2e Newsletter, The Role of Parents in Helping Gifted Children with Learning Problems.
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Read more about Advocating For Your Gifted Child from The Institute for Educational Advancement.