1. Introduction


Leander has committed himself as a journalist for ChildPress for the second consecutive year. He is what we commonly refer to as gifted, possessing an above-average IQ, a quick learner, and often displaying a greater social understanding than his peers.
Leander believes that the conditions for gifted children in Norway are unacceptable, and he is determined to take action. Monday morning marks the beginning of our quest to find individuals who can assist Leander in raising awareness of these issues.
According to the Education Act (insert link to the legislation), it is explicitly stated that gifted children who learn quickly do NOT have the right to special education.
In addition to seeking out the right decision-makers, we will also investigate what politicians know about gifted children and whether they are aware of this provision in the legislation. The results may surprise you.
The hunt is now underway!

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