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A Nation Deceived: Comments on the Report

  1. Quotation MarkI was a "gifted" child (although the term was not yet in use.) I learned to read at 3,was IQ tested at 200 at age 7, and was working my way through my father's ...More...
  2. Quotation MarkI have been looking over the report, A Nation Deceived, and find the conclusions and supporting statements interesting. There are still many more questions...More...
  3. Quotation MarkI just read this report and think it is fantastic. I went through the gifted program in Pennsylvania and benefited tremendously. Now that we live in New York and my child has been identified as gifted… More…
  4. Quotation MarkI have not read A Nation Deceived in its entirety but have much to support the theory of gifted children being "held back" and whole-heartedly beg for outreach. I am a parent of three school aged children… More...
  5. Quotation MarkYears ago my 4 year old was identified as gifted via an IQ test. I applied for the school program, I never even got a reply! When I called them I was told they could not find the application… More...
  6. Quotation MarkI have just come across this website. I have not read the report yet, but I will! My daughter is currently in the 6th grade with one 7th grade class. My daughter has been accelerated 2 times...More…
  7. Quotation MarkHmmm, it appears that only positive comments are posted. Seriously, this is a major flaw in volume 1 of your book (I have not yet read volume 2). The tone of the book is too positive, too one-sided. More...
    
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