Further reading about gifted and talented education
- John Cloud. Are We Failing Our Geniuses? Time Magazine, Aug. 16, 2007.
- Tania Jarosewich, PhD. Research Briefs: Ability Grouping and Gifted Children. Duke Gifted Letter, Volume 1 / Issue 2 / Winter 2001.
- Elissa F. Brown, PhD. Excellence vs. Equity: Political Forces in the Education of Gifted Students. Duke Gifted Letter, Volume 8 / Issue 4 / Summer 2008.
- National Association for Gifted Children. Position Paper: Grouping. March 2009.
- Taryn Plumb. Room to Grow: Parents say Massachusetts puts low priority on education for gifted children. Boston Globe, September 20, 2009.
- Dan Sheridan. Massachusetts is 48th out of 50 states in supporting gifted education. KidsBoston.com.
- James J. Gallagher, PhD. Changing Views on Educating Gifted Students. Duke Gifted Letter, Volume 7 / Issue 4 / Summer 2007.
- National Association for Gifted Children. Common Myths about gifted students.
- Davidson Institute for Talent Development. IQ and Educational Needs
High ability students are very different from the norm and need more than a curriculum targeted to the middle.
- Stephanie S. Tolan. Is it a Cheetah?
High ability students need an environment where they can run free in order to develop their talents and capabilities.