This morning’s keynote was Susan Baum talking about kids that are twice exceptional and a school that serves these kids. I have to be honest, some of what she talked about hit somewhat close to home for a couple of reasons. Overall, I didn’t find the keynote as entertaining/interesting as the previous speakers. The message was nice but something I feel has been covered several times at this point. I appreciated her passion and experience in this particular area of gifted eduction.
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