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Create a timeline that lists and explain major events in the education of students with gifts and talent. Project your timeline 10 years into the future and explain your projections concerning education of students with gifts and talents. Provide a rationale for your projections.
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Introduction to Contemporary Special Education


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The answer should reflect the information in Topic 15.10 "Origins and History." The answer should include a timeline that starts with 3000 BC and with the explanation that Egyptians sent the best students to court schools or assigned mentors to work with them in intensive internships to develop their special talents. Other important dates may include: 500 BC Confucius proposed special education for gifted children; AD 618, gifted and talented children were brought to the Chinese imperial court for a superior education; 1869, Francis Galton proposed that genius was genetically determined and that eminence was due to an internal motivation to excel and intellect; 1905, Alfred Binet developed the first intelligence tests; 1916, Leta Hollingworth taught the first course, wrote the first book in this area, and theorized that giftedness is affected by both heredity and environment; 1925, Lewis Terman began a 50-year longitudinal study of children with exceptionally high IQ scores; 1988, Congress passed the Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act; 2015, Every Student Succeeds Act, includes provisions to support gifted students. The answer should include a projection of 10 years into the future and changes in the education of students with gifts and talents. The answer should include a rationale for projections.
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