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Prufrock Press Launches New Webstie

Prufrock Press Launches New Webstie

Prufrock Press, the nation's leading resource focused on gifted children and a publishing partner for The Center for Gifted Studies, recently launched its new, revamped website. Highlights of the site include a “Featured Authors” section where you can currently read about our own Dr. Julia Link Roberts. She and The Center’s Associate Director Tracy Ford Inman have published books with Prufrock, including Strategies for Differentiating Instruction: Best Practices for the Classroom and Assessing Differentiated Student Products: A Protocol of Development and Evaluation.  “Let us go then, you and I,” to congratulate Prufrock Press on its latest accomplishment — www.prufrock.com.

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