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Roeper Review

The Roeper Review is one of the leading scholarly journals serving gifted education and related fields. George and Annemarie Roeper, holocaust survivors and founders of the innovative Roeper School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, founded the journal in 1978. Recognizing that exceptional human ability and compassion are needed in a world that occasionally gives rise to the horrors of war and other evils, the Roepers dedicated the Roeper School to discovering and nurturing the emotional, social, intellectual, and ethical development of bright young people. Roeper students are encouraged to become independent, self-aware, self-directed, curious, compassionate, and responsible individuals. The Roeper Review extends this vision and mission internationally while serving as a forum for leading research and theory pertaining to high ability. The journal is published ...

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