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National Parenting Gifted Children Week

by Jessica Spears on 2022-07-18T07:13:00-04:00 in News | Comments

The third week of July is National Parenting Gifted Children Week in the United States. It is estimated that six percent of public school students are enrolled in gifted and talented programs (NAGC). Parenting a gifted child brings about its own unique challenges. The National Association for Gifted Children provides numerous resources on their website, including the Helping Your Gift Child Succeed brochure. Additionally, McKee Library's Parenting Research Guide provides resources for all aspects of parenting. 

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Cover ArtRaising a Gift Child: A Parenting Success Handbook by Carol Fertig
Call Number: Electronic Book (Login Required)
ISBN: 1593635079
Publication Date: 2004

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