Mara sapon shevin is a professor of inclusive education at syracuse university she is a critic of gifted education and turned down an offer of a place for her daughter in a gifted education program on the grounds that i would never have wanted to raise a child who thought that she was better or smarter than other people she is also an advocate against bullying especially bullying against . When i was writing playing favorites gifted education and the disruption of community sapon shevin 1994 many of the teachers reported that they were relieved that someone else was meeting the gifted students needs thus eliminating the need for them to modify curriculum or teaching others were resentful of the kinds of support provided . Inclusive education is about embracing everyone and making a commitment to provide each student in the community each citizen in a democracy with the inalienable right to belong inclusion assumes that living and learning together benefits everyone not just children who are labeled as having a difference eg those who are gifted are non . Board of education for illinois school district u 46 playing favorites gifted education and the disruption of community new york suny press google scholar view access options exploring the role teacher perceptions play in the underrepresentation show details recognizing young . For many years educators of the gifted have debated topics central to the field such as definition identification and curriculum getzels dillon 1973 this paper explores the possible relationships between gifted educators periodic debates and the philosophical war among advocates of differing perspectives of social science research the authors discuss how the acceptance of a
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