Former Maitland woman Kathleen Humble has written a book on educating gifted and twice exceptional children

By Donna Sharpe
October 10 2016 - 9:30am
Kathleen Humble
Kathleen Humble

When Kathleen Humble’s three-year-old son was identified as gifted and twice exceptional, it started a long and at times emotional journey which resulted in home schooling, a book and an address to some of the country’s leading educators.

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