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A twice-exceptional (or 2E) student is one who is gifted and has learning difficulties of some sort. Those learning difficulties can be specific identified learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia, or they can be more global such as ADHD, bipolar disorder, ODD, etc.
Crossroads uses psycho-educational testing including IQ tests and achievement tests along with observations and documentation from teachers, parents and professionals who have worked with the student. We are looking primarily for documentation of giftedness as most students at Crossroads have a learning condition that impedes them from reaching their full potential.
Crossroads serves the 2E student in a variety of ways tailored to each individual learner.