Welcome to the Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) blog! This blog will be a place to find news, resources, and information on gifted youth. We will post on Tuesdays, so come back each week for new posts! If you like the blog content, subscribe to our e-newsletter, which contains even more information on giftedness and IEA.
About the Institute for Educational Advancement: IEA is an independent, national non-profit organization that matches gifted children with customized educational programs designed to serve their complex intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual, and physical needs.
- Academy provides challenging year-round enrichment classes for 2nd-8th graders focusing on exploration and application of knowledge.
- The Apprenticeship program is a summer residential experience that matches high school students with renowned mentors in fields such as math, science, medicine, and industrial design.
- The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship awards highly gifted 7th grade applicants with a four-year scholarship to a high school that fits their individual intellectual and personal needs.
- Yunasa and Yunasa West are week-long summer camps uniting highly able middle schoolers and experts in the social and emotional development of gifted children to explore and grow the intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social, and physical aspects of their lives.