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Fortunately, exceptional children are finding more widespread acceptance in international and American overseas schools. Our attitudes are shifting and these children are no longer perceived as "exceptions". In fact, as teachers and administrators come to know, understand and appreciate these children, schools around the world are transforming what was initially perceived as an educational problem into powerful learning opportunities. As we come to know our exceptional students, we also come to know the myriad ways in which LD, ESL and Highly Capable students enrich and enhance our educational programs for all students.
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