ALP Support

 

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Colorado is one of the few states that has legislated support for children who are gifted and talented. This law is the Exceptional Children's Educational Act (ECEA) and is the primary law with requirements for the implementation of specific elements and procedures for gifted education programs.

The Colorado Department of Education defines gifted students as students who are capable of high performance, exceptional production, or exceptional learning behavior by virtue of any or a combination of these areas of giftedness:

  • General or specific intellectual ability
  • Specific academic aptitude
  • Creative or productive thinking
  • Leadership abilities
  • Visual arts, performing arts, musical or psychomotor abilities

See the Colorado Department of Education's Gifted Education website for more information.

If your child is determined to be gifted, then the school will develop an Advanced Learning Plan (ALP). This plan will describe how your child abilities will be enhanced and supported over the coming years.

If you are having difficulties with

  • Getting your child on an ALP
  • Communicating your child's abilities to the school
  • Developing the right supports in the ALP

Learning Differences World is here to help. Roxanne will sit with you and determine the best way to work with the school and even attend meetings with you. Schedule a free consult to see how we can work together to get the your child's needs met.