An international school for gifted is an educational institution that caters principally to gifted or talented students who are not necessarily nationals of the host country in which the school is located and certified. In the United States, these schools generally incorporate children of parents or guardians who are employed in the United States though citizens of other countries. These parents are often employed as missionaries or foreign diplomats, or by international businesses, international organizations, and embassies, and their terms may vary from short-term appointments to longer-term assignments. Their children are enrolled in international schools because their parents want them to have an education that is sensitive to their situation as international students. In other countries, international schools may not be specifically oriented toward gifted ...

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