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Common Core State Standards for Students With Gifts and Talents

Content type: Journal Article
As many states have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), teachers can look to these standards as a framework for supporting students with gifts and talents. Differentiation of curriculum and instruction to address the CCSS will be necessary to...

Research on Giftedness and Gifted Education

Content type: Journal Article
Gifted education has a rich history and a solid if uneven research base. As policy makers and educators increasingly turn their attention to advanced students and educational excellence, the time is ripe for a dispassionate analysis of the field’s...

U-STARS~PLUS TOPS Folder with Guide

Content type: Specialty
Teachers use U-STARS-PLUS TOPS Folders as a tool to help systematically observe and recognize children who have outstanding potential and who may be gifted. TOPS Folders engage teachers to make intentional and purposeful observations so that those...

TOPS Folders U-STARS-PLUS Without Guidebook 1-10 ratio

Content type: Specialty
Teachers use U-STARS-PLUS TOPS Folders as a tool to help systematically observe and recognize children who have outstanding potential and who may be gifted. TOPS Folders engage teachers to make intentional and purposeful observations so that those...

Anti-Blackness and Racial Disproportionality in Gifted Education

Content type: Journal Article
Black–White disparities in gifted enrollment persist across U.S. school systems. In this study, we examined whether these disparities depend on county-level rates of anti-Black bias. We drew data from the Civil Rights Data Collection, the Education...

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