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  1. Betty was a jewel in the education community–a skillful advocate for the understanding of giftedness in our homes and schools. She was open minded, and deeply understanding about giftedness in a world that often misunderstands, and fraught with myths about the unusually bright. I am so grateful to her for the gentle and knowledgable work she’s done to deepen our understanding. If you know a child who may be unusually intelligent who is a quirky even divergent thinker (that may or may not involve learning differences), you may be seeing a gifted learner. You can learn more about giftedness at the Chicago Gifted Community Center, a non-profit that supports greater understanding of giftedness in all it’s many facets.