Linda Barnes-Robinson

Linda Barnes-Robinson

Linda Barnes-Robinson has worked in gifted education for more than 30 years, and has devoted her professional life to advocating for children and families. With Montgomery County Public Schools, she coordinated the identification of gifted and talented students, advocated for parents and students, and worked to establish one of the first comprehensive programs for gifted/learning-disabled students in the nation.

Linda is a nationally recognized trainer and educational consultant in gifted identification, conflict resolution and mediation, and gifted/learning-disabled programs. She has coauthored and edited numerous articles, manuals, books, and curricula documents. Her most recent book, 101 School Success Tools for Smart Kids With Learning Difficulties, provides field-tested tools for parents and teachers.

She received her bachelor's degree from Cedar Crest College, her master's degree from The George Washington University, and a postgraduate certificate in family mediation from The Catholic University of America.

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