The Role of Competition Mathematics for College Admissions and Beyond

Mathematical talent is more important than ever in today’s highly technical world, and yet, the US high school math curriculum still fails our students. Confused instruction and reliance on standardized testing do not produce students who have the creativity necessary to be tomorrow’s thinkers. Parents and students alike are seeking … Continue reading

Review: LeVar Burton’s “A Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm”

This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. As an affiliate, GHF receives a small commission on items sold through our Amazon Affiliate links or GHF Amazon Store which help support GHF’s mission. Disclaimer: Reading Rainbow, publisher of The Rhino Who Swallowed the Storm, provided GHF with a complimentary copy of LeVar Burton’s book. This did not … Continue reading

Interview with the author of “Twice Exceptional: Smart Kids with Learning Differences”

So many people really have no idea what it means to be twice exceptional, much less that a child with learning differences or disabilities can be gifted, too. So we produced a brochure to help you explain it to others. It’s called Twice Exceptional: Smart Kids with Learning Differences, and it’s … Continue reading