Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Gifted children -- Education; Children of minorities;
The talented and gifted programs throughout the United States have become a vital part of curriculum instruction for many children. Unfortunately, minority children are underrepresented in the talented and gifted programs. The underrepresentation of minority children resulted in an examination of the current identification processes and the discovery of new procedures that would identify more minority children for participation in the talented and -gifted programs. · The literature review focused on the use of a multifaceted screening process and alternative forms of assessment for the identification and admittance of minority children for talented and gifted programs. As a result, options were addressed that would pursue a better representation. of minority children in the talented and gifted programs.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Mary J. Selke
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©1997 Denice Nickole Young
Young, Denice Nickole, "Increasing the participation of minorities in talented and gifted programs" (1997). Graduate Research Papers. 1798.