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Special education is instruction that is modified or particularized for those students

 with special needs, such as learning differences, mental health problems, specific disabilities (physical or developmental), and giftedness.
Intellectual giftedness is an intellectual ability significantly higher than average.

Gifted children often develop asynchronously; their minds are often ahead of their physical growth, and specific cognitive and emotional functions are often developed differently (or to differing extents) at different stages of development. One frequently cited example of asynchronicity in early cognitive development is Albert Einstein, who did not speak until the age of three, but whose later fluency and accomplishments belied this initial delay. In regards to this fact, neuroscientist Steven Pinker theorized that, rather than viewing Einstein's (and other famously gifted late-talking individuals) adult accomplishments as existing distinct from, or in spite of, his early language deficits, and rather than viewing Einstein's lingual delay itself as a "disorder", it may be that Einstein's genius and his delay in speaking were developmentally intrinsic to one another.

Children with special needs have always been part of society. In the past, some “special” education was provided to individual children on a one-on-one basis, such as Jean Marc Gaspard Itard’s work with Victor, the “wild child of Aveyron”. As formal education became established, welfare or religious groups for the care of children with special needs often became involved in their education. Government provision of special education services generally followed the work of voluntary groups.

 

 

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Calvary Baptist Christian Academy   
117 Theresa Ave, American Canyon, CA 707 642-1143

First Christian School
2659 1st St, Napa, CA 707 253-7226

Foothills Elementary School
711 Sunnyside Rd, St Helena, CA 707 963-3546

Harvest Free Will Baptist Church  
240 Rio Del Mar, American Canyon, CA 707 557-1874

Justin-Siena High School 
 College Preparatory
Catholic, Lasallian Education for the 21st Century

4026 Maher St, Napa, CA 707 255-0950

Kolbe Academy
1600 F St, Napa, CA 707 256-4306

Napa Christian An Adventist
2201 Pine St, Napa, CA 707 255-5233

Napa Valley Language Academy 
2700 Kilburn Ave, Napa, CA 707 253-3678

Napa Valley Psi
651 Trabajo Ln, Napa, CA 707 255-0177

New Life Tabernacle
2625 1st St, Napa, CA 707 255-1062

Noah's Ark Christian School
2 Andrew Rd, American Canyon, CA 707 644-6465

PUC Elementary School  
135 Neilsen Ct, Angwin, CA 707 965-2459

St Apollinaris Catholic School 
3700 Lassen St, Napa, CA 707 224-6525

St Helena Catholic School
1255 Oak Ave, St Helena, CA 707 963-4677

St Helena Montessori School
1343 Spring St, St Helena, CA 707 963-1527

St John the Baptist School
983 Napa St, Napa, CA 707 224-8388

St John's Lutheran School 
3521 Linda Vista Ave, Napa, CA 707 226-7970

Sunrise Montessori of Napa
1226 Salvador Ave, Napa, CA 707 253-1105

Trinity Education 
2055 Redwood Rd, Napa, CA 707 258-9030
 

 
 
 
 
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  Special Education services in the United States now extend past school-age into adulthood with the Post Secondary Transition For High School Students with Disabilities program, as a better understanding of life-long learning has been gained. It includes school-based activities as well as family and community activities, and has become a major testing ground for better teaching for all children, not simply children with special needs.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
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