Is dual enrollment worth it for gifted children?

Dual enrollment programs are all the rage in education now. With dual enrollment, high school (and even middle school) students take college courses (most often community college courses) and receive both college credit and credit toward their high school diploma. In many cases, kids graduate with both a diploma and an Associate's Degree. Dual enrollment … Continue reading Is dual enrollment worth it for gifted children?

Why Are Homeschooled Children So Advanced Relative to Their Peers?

It is a common gripe among homeschooling families that they frequently encounter other parents (or folks within their communities) who try to shame them for “pushing their children too hard.” These folks are generally responding to the differences in speech, demeanor, and general knowledge they see when homeschooled children interact with peers that have been … Continue reading Why Are Homeschooled Children So Advanced Relative to Their Peers?