This page contains information for teachers, parents and others about gifted students with disabilities, or twice-exceptional (2e) students. Note: some references use the term 2x instead of 2e.
Twice-exceptional students are those who are identified as gifted according to state criteria in one or more of the categories of giftedness (cognitive, academic, creative, leadership, or arts)
Identified with a disability according to federal/state criteria – and the disability qualifies them for either an IEP or a 504 plan.
Twice-Exceptional Professional Development
Twice-Exceptional Level I
Twice-Exceptional Level II
Information and Registration for 2016-17 Revised November 2016
- Twice-Exceptional Students, Gifted Students with Disabilities, An Introductory Resource Book, 4th Edition, 2012
- Gifted Programming (Chapter 5)
- Twice-Exceptional Students, Gifted Students with Disabilities, Level 2: Establishing an Educational Plan Through a Collaborative Problem-Solving Model, 2nd Edition, 2009
General Twice-Exceptional Information