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The Gap in Gifted Education: Can Universal Screening Narrow It?

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Although gifted education can make a critical difference in students’ lives, many American pupils who would benefit from this type of education do not get placed in gifted programs. Low-income students of color experience this problem more often than other children. This article offers various reasons for the underrepresentation of students of color in gifted education in the United States. It focuses on how universal screening works and mentions how this method needs to be implemented to increase the percentage of low-income, high-ability students in gifted education.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 15, 2020

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