Education Policy & Research

education policy

The GHF community includes of hundreds of thousands of families around the world who meld traditional options such as public schools with more atypical choices such as full-time or part-time homeschooling, unschooling, world schooling, charter programs, learning centers, and more. Some families are completely independent while others cobble together eclectic combinations, which may include unit studies, classes, or even IEP-based services. Over the years, GHF has observed our community and collected specific information to better understand the needs of our gifted and twice-exceptional children and the choices of their adults. As well as great articles on the alternative educational experience, we have gathered data to better inform our choices and strengthen our position at the policy table. In addition to those listed below, you can find resources on our website on homeschooling, giftedness, and twice-exceptionality.

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