Children identified as gifted, exceptional or smart beyond their years or grade level often require special classes or individualized educational programs to keep them challenged in school, but some bright children struggle with more than just the need to soar academically.
Called “twice exceptional” by mental health and education professionals, some bright children deal with learning disabilities as well as anxiety, attention problems and other social or emotional issues that can ...
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