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A process that takes into account twice exceptional and economically disadvantaged children. Hi, I don't understand what "twice" is doing here :) Does it refer to taking into account meaning take more into account, or to the state of the children, or something else. Need your opinions. Thanks in advance
Jun 7, 2015 6:26 AM
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Like Michael, I originally thought it was a mistake. But then I decided to search for your phrase, and found that 'twice exceptional' appears to be an educational jargon phrase (and IMHO typically obfuscational American) . It refers to "intellectually gifted children who have some form of disability". My quote is from which has a lot more information.
June 7, 2015
I think it's a mistake and "twice" should be "both". I hope this was not written by a native English-speaker!
June 7, 2015
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