Education Choices

Providing an appropriate education for a gifted or twice exceptional (2e) child often means thinking outside the box.

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Sometimes a traditional classroom setting is a good match, but it’s not for everyone. Many families choose various methods of homeschooling (secular, religious, unschooling, eclectic, carschooling, and so on), while other families prefer charter schools, independent study programs, part-time homeschooling or other alternatives. The GHF community consists of hundreds of thousands of families who make a variety of choices that meld traditional options such as public schools with more atypical choices such as homeschooling, unschooling and world schooling… and everything in between. Below are some great articles on the alternative educational experience. You can also find some specific to education policy and research.

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