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July 4 2009 Gifted Education Newsletter

Happy Independence Day!

Here's the latest article from the Gifted Education site at

Strategies for Differentiating Instruction
Julia L. Roberts and Tracy Inman of Western Kentucky University team up to bring us this much-needed resource for classroom teachers at every grade level.

Please visit for many more articles related to gifted children and education. Do you have an idea for a gifted education article? Please drop me a line via the editor contact link and let me know what's on your mind.

Higher education is feeling the sting of the economic downturn. Consequently, many schools are making tough decisions regarding financial aid, campus activities, etc. Recently, Olin College of Engineering announced that there policy of providing full tuition scholarship to every member of the student body has reached an end, at least for now. Starting this fall, the scholarship is reduced by 50%. I'm sure this sort of news will affect many gifted high school students. I urge college bound students and their parents to inquire closely about financial policies so they can make informed decisions about applications.

Please forward this message to your friends and associates who share an interest in gifted education.

best wishes,

Lorel Shea, Gifted Education Editor

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