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"Rhode Island schools will provide students with a challenging and differentiated curriculum and instruction which nurtures talents, interests and abilities." 
Adopted, November 13, 1997 
  
Note: Permission has been granted to Diane Scanlon at DiRhody.com by these authors to reprint these articles for use on her own website and for the RI Advocacy Committee's website. It should not be assumed that this permission is extended to any other person or persons. These articles may not be reprinted without permission by the authors. If you would like to obtain permission to use them please contact the authors or Diane at "diane@dirhody.com" 
Stephanie Tolan 
Is it a Cheetah? 
Helping your Highly Gifted Child 
Gifted As Asynchronous Development 
Stuck in Another Dimension 
Kathi Kearney 
Don't Throw Away the Old Binet 
Highly Gifted in Full Inclusion Classrooms 
Gifted Children & Homeschooling: An Annotated Bibliography 
Dr. Linda Silverman 
Various articles written by Dr. Silverman 
Including, but not limited to: 
Don't Throw Away the Old Binet 
Finding Gifted Children With Learning Disabilities
Annette Revel, M.A and Barbara Gillman, M.S
Current Use of the Stanford Binet LM 
  
 
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