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The Gifted Child Today, Volume 11, Number 4, Issue 57

Description: Table of contents and an article on the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science by Annetta Ramsey and Rogers Redding in a volume of The Gifted Child Today, with an emphasis on college programs for gifted youngsters.
Date: 1988-07/1988-08
Creator: Gold, Marvin J.; Fagerstrom, Martha; Beck, Charles; Smart, Nigel; Barber, Constance & Campbell, Sandra
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Description: Article about the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, giving an overview of its creation, how the students pay tuition, the admissions process, and the success of the first class.
Date: [1989-09..1989-10]
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Early Admission to College for Bright Students

Description: Article discussing the early admission to college programs, including the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science.
Date: May 17, 1989
Creator: Cromer, Alan
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[Two Articles by Julian C. Stanley]

Description: Two articles written by Julian C. Stanley on how well young entrants to college performed in their studies.
Date: 1985~
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Mathematical Aptitude in China

Description: Paper written by Julian C. Stanley, concerning a recent trip he and his wife took to China, and the Chinese aptitude and appreciation for learning.
Date: November 1986
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

High-School Biology, Chemistry, or Physics Learned Well in Three Weeks

Description: Paper written by Julian C. Stanley, examining 25 young students who studied chemistry, biology, or physics over three or six weeks, and their scores on the College Board's Advanced Placement Program college-level examination in those subjects.
Date: March 1986
Creator: Stanley, Julian C. & Stanley, Barbara S. K.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[History of Early Admission Programs]

Description: Paper about the history of early admission programs in the United States of America. It proposes that advanced students not be kept to an age-in-grade pace, and that early admission programs be implemented to give these students a chance to learn at their own pace.
Date: 1980~
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

National Science Foundation Grants; Young Scholars Projects for High Ability and High Potential Secondary School Students; Guidelines for Proposal Submission

Description: Article in the Federal Register, concerning Young Scholars projects, including project development, project environment, project design, activities, the selection of participants, participant costs, project staff, projects site, eligible organizations, budget, proposal preparation and submission, evaluation and selection of proposals, awards, grant administrations, inquiries, program assessment activities, and SST projects.
Date: July 5, 1987
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

State Residential High Schools for Mathematically Talented Youth

Description: Article by Julian C. Stanley about the establishment of state residential high schools for mathematically talented youth. He considers the recruitment of students and faculty, the curriculum, the location of the school, and competitions and special programs.
Date: June 1987
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Description: Article by Charles R. Eilber detailing the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. He talks about the students, the instructional program, the residential program, support services, public services, the outcomes and costs, and the implications for education.
Date: June 1987
Creator: Eilber, Charles R.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

How Did Six Highly Accelerated Gifted Students Fare in Graduate School?

Description: Paper written by Julian C. Stanley detailing the success of six young college graduates who were involved in graduate work. A table of the academic characteristics of the 13 young members of the Johns Hopkins University class of 1985 is included, as well as a memo on the care of young students in a non-parented residence situation.
Date: Autumn 1985
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Oklahoma's Residential High School: Cultivating Scholars

Description: First page of an article on the creation of a special residential high school in Oklahoma, wherein Texas is mentioned as a state that has already done so.
Date: October 26, 1987
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[Three Articles by Julian C. Stanley]

Description: Three articles written by Julian C. Stanley concerning gifted and talented students, and their accomplishments in early admission programs.
Date: [1985..1987]
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Program vital for gifted students

Description: Article by Rogers Redding, explaining the importance behind the creation of the Texas Academy for Mathematics and Science, as well as their plan to implement it.
Date: Spring 1988
Creator: Redding, Rogers W.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

[On Tarman's Investigation]

Description: Paper that examines Tarman's investigation into gifted children in California.
Date: 1980~
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Education for the Gifted: Myth and Reality

Description: Article by Laura Allard and Elisabeth Moreno on the myths and realities of educating gifted children.
Date: 1987~
Creator: Allard, Laura & Moreno, Elisabeth
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Some Information About SMPY

Description: Paper describing the beginnings of the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth at The Johns Hopkins University, including a list of books about the study, and a list of recipients of the bachelor's degree from The Johns Hopkins University at age 18 or younger.
Date: January 1987
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Young Entrants to College: How Did They Fare?

Description: Paper written by Julian C. Stanley, detailing what happens to students who enter college at a young age, including their majors, their course loads, and how well they did academically.
Date: Spring 1985
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science

Residential State High School for Mathematically Talented Youths? A Qualified "Yes."

Description: Article by Julian C. Stanley recommending the establishment of residential high school for gifted and talented youths. Information about his program at Johns Hopkins University, the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youths, is included, as is Stanley's curriculum vitae.
Date: 1987~
Creator: Stanley, Julian C.
Partner: Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science