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Talent. 2016; 6(1): 1-2

Gifted Education in the Republic of Korea

Seokhee Cho.


Gifted education in the Republic of Korea, which began in the 1980s, had not a progress for two decades, but was spurred again by the promulgation of the Gifted and Talented Edu-cation Promotion Act in 2000. It would appear that Koreans have been ambivalent about gifted and talented education.

Key words: On the one hand, we expect our children to be excellent, but on the other hand, we are concerned about provoking excessive competition among children and par-ents.

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