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The Twice-Exceptional Dilemma

The Twice-Exceptional Dilemma

Twice-exceptional children — those with both a disability and a gift or talent — present education proffessionals and families with significant challenges. This guide focuses on the identification considerations, common characteristics, obstacles and learning difficulties, roles and responsibilities for educators to ensure the academic success of the largest group of twice-exceptional children — those who have a disability and are also academically gifted.

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