First Published in 1978. This book seeks to examine what has happened to children of marked ability in a period of confusing growth and change, inspired by good intentions. The author aims to draw attention to weaknesses of require awareness and to which remedies must be found. This title is well-suited for those in education studies, those practicing within the education system and readers looking to enhance their knowledge of the ongoing modernisation of education in Europe.
Table of Contents
Chapter I Social and Personal Implications; Chapter II Ability and Equality; Chapter III The Nature of Talent; Chapter IV The Identification of Talent; Chapter V What Bright Children Are Like; Chapter VI Keynes, Wells, Kipling; Chapter VII Able Boys and Able Girls; Chapter VIII Adults and the Able Child; Chapter IX In the Primary School; Chapter X In the Secondary School; Chapter XI What Should be Done;