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North Carolina has issued a call to action for educators to meet the advanced learning needs of students all day, every day. They've identified 6 steps to achieve equity and excellence in gifted education.
Tarek Grantham, Ph.D. and Sally Krisel, Ed.D.
The concept of overexcitabilities is widely accepted as being part of the experience of many gifted children. But is it valid? It is time to take another look.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we want to take the opportunity to recognize the contributions of Black leaders in the field of gifted & talented education. Today, we are sharing this post originally written in 2016 on Dr. Martin D. Jenkins, one of the first to study giftedness in Black students.
As Black History Month comes to a close, we want to take the opportunity to recognize the contributions of Black leaders in the field of gifted & talented education. Today, we are sharing this post originally written in 2017 on Dr. Alexinia Baldwin who started the first gifted program for Black students in Albama and went on to make numerous contributions to the field.

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