- Peter Wilson has experience in gifted education in Australia unlike many others—from primary classes through to Master's classes.
- His unique book explores he reasons why above-average students have often had to struggle in the Australian education system.
- This resource summarises the history of gifted education in Australia, explores the social milieu in which gifted education has to find a place and brings readers up to date with policy making throughout the nation.
- Topics covered include Identification of gifted students, Definitions of giftedness, The philosophical debates surrounding egalitarian education, Curriculum models, Programming, Mixed-ability classrooms and Policy making in Australia.
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