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Gifted education programs don't benefit Black students like they do white students

By Christopher Redding, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, University of Florida
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Participating in a gifted and talented program improved high-ability students’ reading and math achievement, on average, nationwide, I found in a new study. However, in reading, these achievement gains were not universal. Black students benefited less from participating in gifted education programs than white students, my research found. And affluent students gained more from gifted education programs…

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