A Critical Conversation With I-URGGE: Sparking Change to Promote Culturally Responsive Gifted Education

Cute pupil writing at desk in classroom at the elementary school. Student girl doing test in primary school. Children writing notes in classroom. African schoolgirl writing on notebook during the lesson.

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A significant topic in education is the need for culturally responsive educators supporting diverse student populations in schools & advanced programs. In this panel session, recorded at TAGT’s giftED20, Black scholars of I-URGGE offer examples, tips, data (state, national, and international) on gifted programming, and inclusive pedagogies that support all gifted students.

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