GIFTED CHILDREN: The Cleveland Story by Theodore Hall

GIFTED CHILDREN: The Cleveland Story

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An informal visit to the Cleveland Public School Major Work program will give an idea of what can be done in the public school system for the growth of bright children. Part of the book is given over to the characteristics of gifted children, and then their treatment in special classes, with projects that use facts as tools for citizenship and personality growth, make a hopeful road sign.

Pub Date: Jan. 23rd, 1955
Publisher: World