while special withdrawal programs are usually broad-based in approach and allow students to leave their regular class for a specified amount of time for special instruction with a resource teacher, they may not meet the needs of an extremely gifted child or be relevant to his or her talent areas. Can home schooling provide the type of accelerated learning needed by some gifted students?.
Janice Leroux, Ph.D. and David Bell, B.A., B.Ed., Volume 13, No. 1, 1998, p. 1-6
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