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2.10.2 When Policy is not enough: One advocate's perspective

An experienced look through the eyes of one advocate at policy development and implementation in one jurisdiction in Australia. It answers the question of how to enhance your skills and reputation as an advocate. This explores the way government has supported the implementation of policy to enhance the experience of gifted students. It focuses on changes in the education choices of gifted children. Finally, it reviews individual school adaptations due to the policy.

Author(s):

Elizabeth Singer
easinger@gmail.com
ACT Gifted Families Support Group
Australia

I became involved in gifted education when my son was identified as gifted. Then became involved in support networks for parents of gifted children. Served a term as the President of the ACT Parents and Citizens Council, then a President of ACT Gifted Families Support Group.

 

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