|Published by The Roeper School in Michigan, the
Roeper Review applies the highest standards USD/JPY of peer review journalism to cover a broad range of issues - for professionals who work with teachers and psychologists, and for professionals who work directly with gifted and talented children and their families. The journal provides lively and readable coverage of policy issues, developments, innovations in practice, and applied research. It emphasizes both the cognitive and the emotional. It is a forum for discussion, striving to present all views and perspectives on any given matter.
Each edition covers topics that focus on the gifted such as the middle school, gender issues, developmental phases, at-risk students, learning disabled, creativity, problem solving, and school reform and it's impact.