The brainchild of Kerry
Ruef, The Private Eye Project began in 1988 and was first piloted in the Seattle Public Schools (grant-funded
by the Discuren Charitable Foundation for the first three
and one half years). Since then, the program
has spread to thousands of teachers, scientists, writers, artists, and parents, and over three million students.
that students using The Private Eye are highly motivated
to learn, that they write, draw and theorize above previous
levels in all subjects—that it changes forever the
way they see the world.
very impressed. A really exciting set of tools...
to bring out the gifted in everyone."
Renzulli, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology,
The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented