“According to my colleague, Prof Deborah Eyre, with whom I’ve collaborated on the book Great Minds and How to Grow Them, the latest neuroscience and psychological research suggests most people, unless they are cognitively impaired, can reach standards of performance associated in school with the gifted and talented.” Wendy Berliner makes the case that there’s no such thing as a gifted child. (I was gifted as a child, but thankfully, I grew out of it.)