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    Jump to new posts Re: Online school options during COVID by Appleton @ Yesterday at 02:07 PM

    Stanford online looks interesting, but it's too late to apply for the coming school year.
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    Jump to new posts Re: Physics in elementary by Eagle Mum @ Yesterday at 03:16 AM

    I second AEHís recommendation of MIT Open Courseware. I was very impressed when I looked at some of their material years ago and recommended them to my DS when he was about the same age as yourís. The thirst for understanding science at a deeper leve
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    Welcome! FWIW, there are quite a few posters in this community who also have children with food allergies (I have one of those). By and large, I have found this community to be friendly and accepting on both FA and GT scores (and, well, generally!).
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    Jump to new posts Re: Taking a Gap Year or Dropping Out? by Wren @ 07/10/20 09:42 AM

    Originally Posted By: pinewood1On finding a therapist: unfortunately, I haven't had a lot of luck with this. Most therapists aren't very good, and the more statistically unusual you are (and the more ways you are statistically unusual), the less like
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    Jump to new posts Re: How bad is the social aspect of grade skipping? by MumOfThree @ 07/10/20 01:36 AM

    I can't offer much more than AEH's exceptional advice. Other than wanting to point out that not accelerating is not a neutral choice. Your child is so gifted that the teacher and principal have approached YOU, this is not a common scenario, you need
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    Jump to new posts Re: Middle school math by Eagle Mum @ 07/05/20 04:56 PM

    Hi OP, Iím in a different country so I donít know whatís available in the US but I think our experience here is still relevant even if the resources are different. My son is now 15 and he has always been many maths grades ahead of his classmates. I
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