While news stories often focus on the lack of attention given to students with learning difficulties, a Victorian Government inquiry into the education of gifted and talented students in Victorian schools found that up to 85,000 students are neglected by an education system that does not have the time or resources to adequately focus on them. The inquiry found that, as a result, gifted students, who “represent our state’s future visionaries and innovators” are “frequently frustrated and disengaged”.