In The News

Gifted minorities often shortchanged at public schools (Philadelphia Tribune, 2-13-18)

Online High School Courses: Is It a Fad, or a Future? (, 2-12-18)

Want to Make Gifted Education More Equitable? First, Be Aware of the Political Winds That Drove (and Derailed) Innovative Policies in These States (The 74, 2-7-18)

School system’s appeals process leaves some minorities out (Washington Post, 2-3-18)

Advocating for 2E (2E Newsletter, January/February 2018)

Unlocking the hidden powers of a daydreamer (Houston Chronicle, 1-28-18)

Successful promotion of giftedness as early as elementary school age (, 1-22-18)

Mosaic: Eden Prairie Schools program for the highly gifted marks 5 years of growth (Sun Current, 1-5-18)

Rated PG: Profoundly Gifted (NPR, 1-2-18)

Highly motivated kids have a greater advantage in life than kids with a high IQ (Quartz, 12-19-17)

Racial disparities found in Loudoun’s suspension rate, gifted program involvement (Loudoun Times, 12-18-17)

A Call Out to Teacher Educators: Including Gifted Education Through Practical Strategies (Education World, 12-14-17)

Shine a brighter light to find all gifted children (Raleigh News & Observer, 12-9-17)

Learning and education lean forward (District Administration, 12-6-17)

Burney Elementary Gifted Teacher Receives National Recognition (Hillsborough County Public Schools, 11-15-17)

How being poor and gifted is like skiing in Trinidad – and why that matters in NC (Charlotte Observer, 11-9-17)

Star of Movie Gifted, NASCAR Driver, Headlining Education Convention (Charlotte CityBizList, 11-3-17)

In Pinellas, a push to find where the gifted kids are (Tampa Bay Times, 10-28-17)

Sandy Run student to receive Jenkins Scholar Award (The Times & Daily, 10-22-17)

Out site of gifted kids conference (Ottawa Herald, 10-6-17)

Find gifted students where you have not looked before, state tells schools (Seattle Times, 10-5-17)

Where can you find the nation’s best principal for gifted kids? Try uptown Charlotte (Charlotte Observer, 9-28-17)

Gifted Education and Empowering Educators for Better Learning (Education Talk Radio, 9-25-17)

Hall County educator begins work as president of national association (Gainesville Times, 9-21-17)

Do you have a gifted child on your hands? Here’s what to look for ( World-Herald, 8-11-17)

State’s shift in requirements for gifted, ESOL teachers called ‘a step backward’ (Gainesville Times, 7-16-17)

State law aimed at helping gifted, talented students (News Times, 7-5-17)

Greenwich positioned to be a real leader in gifted education (Greenwich Time, 7-4-17)

New Connecticut law calls for developing best practices for education of gifted students (New Haven Register, 7-3-17)

Law puts new emphasis on gifted education in Connecticut (CT Post, 6-30-17)

If Your Child Displays These 11 Traits… (Reader’s Digest, 6-28-17)

Too Few ELL Students Land in Gifted Classes (Education Week, 6-20-17)

Gifted Children Must Be Nurtured (Toronto Star, 6-17-17)

Four GT directors remember careers, say GT students need advocates (NW Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 5-30-17)

Plucker: Gifted Education, Race & Poverty — How Do We Join Forces to Close America's 'Excellence Gap'? (The 74, 5-22-17)

Hall County schools’ gifted program inspires achievement with innovation (Gaineseville Times, 5/7/17) 

Why Do Gifted Autistic Children Fly Under the Radar? (Paste Magazine, 4-21-17)

Can Grade-Skipping Close the STEM Gender Gap (The Atlantic, April 2017)

Gifted Education and the New Feature Film, Gifted (Education Talk Radio, 4-4-17)

Gifted programs across Washington leave out black and Latino students but Federal Way is one model for change (Seattle Times, 4-4-17)

Parents and advocates push state to help high achievers (Boston Herald, 3/29/17)

The Forgotten Rural Child (Psychology Today, March 27, 2017)

Special Education Funding Maintained in Trump Administration Budget Blueprint (Education Week, March 16, 2017)

Equity in Education: Children Who Are Overlooked for Gifted & Talented Education (Edu@Scholastic, March 7, 2017)

5 Million ELLs: A Vast Pool of Talent, At Risk (NPR, 2-23-17)

Denver Public Schools is identifying more students of color as highly gifted, but big disparities remain (Chalkbeat, 2-21-17)

Gifted and talented center at Wheat Ridge High School on chopping block as part of Jeffco budget cuts (Chalkbeat, 2-8-17)

As Leander tags up to 41% of student as ‘gifted,’ expert raises doubts (Austin American-Statesman, 2-6-17)

Gifted Education Month to Be Celebrated in Kentucky (WKU News, 2-3-17)

Atlanta School Aims to Develop Often Overlooked Gifted Students (NPR, 12-1-16) 

Local Women Honored Nationally for Work in Gifted and Talented Education (The Daily Nonpariel, 11-25-16)

Cobb teacher snags new award for at-risk gifted kids (Atlanta Journal Constitution, 11-3-16)

Erickson Named as Javits-Frasier Scholar (Ashland Daily Press , 11-2-16)

We can't let any gifted kids slip through the cracks (Orlando Sentinel, 10-31-16)

Schools Should Support Gifted Students, Not Work Against Them (Washington Post, 8-7-16)

Gifted ELL Students Often Overlooked (District Administration, July 2016)

Why so many Black, Hispanic and poor kids miss out on gifted education (Washington Post, 7-3-16)

Why aren't there more African-American poor boys in gifted Classes (Dallas Morning News, June 2016)

Supporting Funding for Gifted Kids (The Tennessean, 6-6-16)

Identifying gifted and talented students with equity proves difficult, (EducationDIVE, 2-10-16)

When 'Gifted' Kids Get Stuck in the Back of Class (Momzette, 1-5-16)

Don't let Arizona's gifted children fall through the cracks (The Arizona Republic, 11/12/15)

Hold On—Javits Works (Politico 10/7/15)