Giftedness, an idea that traditionally was reserved for a small select population, has been expanded by developmental psychologists like Howard Gardner and Abraham Maslow. The idea that everyone is gifted at something has played out in educational settings across the United States, however, the settings are few. This show sheds some light on recognizing giftedness, when there is no consensus on the definition of giftedness. Students who are profoundly gifted are often unnoticed, because they possess what the federal government calls learning disabilities. This show continues the discussion on Twice Exceptional Children.