Characteristics and Objectives of a Program for the Gifted
by Clifford W. Williams - 1958
This chapter of the yearbook is presented as an introduction to the remainder of the volume. It will explain the nature and purposes of the educational programs described in succeeding chapters and their significance with reference to the suitability of provisions now made for the benefit of intellectually superior students in our schools and colleges. Information presented in preceding chapters which focus upon the status and the nature of gifted persons is regarded as essential and adequate for use in determining the type of program-planning to be inaugurated by educational institutions interested in improving the learning experiences of gifted persons.
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