“Rural Gifted Students: Victims of Public Education,” highlights the devastating effects that ineffective education programs are having on the gifted children in almost all small towns across America. The book describes the problem in detail with documented facts and provides a solution based on the differentiation of instruction in the traditional heterogeneous classroom. Gifted education receives almost no funding from federal or state coffers. In fact, the 378,000 gifted children in rural public schools often get nothing more than additional work that is not aligned with their needs or potential.
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About Donald Kordosky

Dr. Don Kordosky has committed himself to initiating and perpetuating change in how rural gifted children are served. Dr. Kordosky received a B.S. in Biology from Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri and a Masters of Science in Science Education from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon.
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Excerpt from the Book

The United States provides the vast majority of children in the country with a free public education. There are approximately 3.6 million students in each of the kindergarten through 12th grade levels, with a national total enrollment of over 42 million students. Read more

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