Identifying Giftedness In Diverse Populations

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There has long been concern that high-ability students from underserved populations -- those who are limited English proficient, disabled, or from minority or low-income backgrounds -- are persistently underrepresented in advanced and in programs for students identified as gifted..In J. A. Castellano and A. D. Frasier, Eds., Special populations in gifted education: understanding our most able students from diverse backgrounds. Waco, Texas: Prufock Press, Nationalociation for Gifted Children..As partners in identifying and educating CLD gifted children and youth. Culturally diverse and underserved populations of gifted students. Thousand Oaks, CA:.This do.ent is a "theme" issue of a quarterly serial publication. It focuses on identifying and serving gifted children from diverse populations..

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