Notable Studies in Gifted Education

A good roundup – and we were excited to see #nationempowered on the list!


The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently published a study that examined what strides (if any) states are making in fostering the academic potential of their gifted, low-income students–and found most states severely lacking.

initiative-4-detail Authors of the study graded states using 18 indicator points to assess how low-income, high-potential students were performing in school.

In the wake of this study, PALNYC dug deep into some of the most recent research that has been conducted in the field of gifted education. Take a look at the list below for some stand out studies and articles that caught our eye and let us know if there is an article or study that you would recommend to PALNYC readers.

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Hunter College Gifted Education Conference, 3 R’s for Gifted Education: Rigor, Relevance and Relationships

Educators, jimgresoin Hunter College on Saturday, June 13, 2015 for a one-day Gifted Education Conference that will offer insight into classroom strategies…

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