For decades, gifted education and talent development services in public schools have been accused of creating inequities for students of color, students from low-income communities and nonnative English speakers. This year, there seems to be remarkable momentum to change some systems. Some changes defy common sense. In Virginia, the city of Charlottesville sought to address the equity […] … learn more→
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An elite Virginia high school overhauled admissions for gifted students – here’s how to tell if the changes are working
Should gifted students go to a separate school?
Despite two Senate inquiries in 1988 and 2001, it has taken 15 years and a state parliamentary review for the Victorian government to decide to build a specialist high school for students who are gifted, specifically targeting those from rural and regional Victoria. Research at both the national and international level has long advocated that […] … learn more→