As schools transition to virtual learning environments, parents, teachers, and students are seeking out additional resources to support 2e education.
How are you as parents, professionals, and educators adjusting to the current environment in order to support and engage twice-exceptional learners?
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act could endanger the rights of students with learning differences.
As the 2e educational movement moves forward, we would like to recognize those who are making an impact in supporting this population of thinkers.
Scott Barry Kaufman to Become Director of Research at Bridges 2e Center for Research and Professional Development.
Susan Assouline, Sally Reis, Linda Neumann & Mark Bade, and James Webb were honored for their contributions to the field of twice-exceptional education.
Are you more a House, a Monica, an Ari Gold, or a Stewie Griffin? Take our quiz and find out which fictional 2e character you resemble!
To Be Gifted & Learning Disabled: Strength-Based Strategies for Helping Twice-Exceptional Students with LD, ADHD, ASD, and More, was honored by the NAGC.
We will feature comprehensive, high-level information and perspectives about twice-exceptional education and cognitive diversity
A new institution has been born: the Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education.