The identification of gifted and talented students is interconnected with the conception of giftedness and program services. Exploring these relationships from the past is important in examining the future of identification and its critical attributes.
This article focuses on the research and practical knowledge needed by administrators to increase implementation of three evidence-based practices in gifted education: acceleration, grouping, and universal screening.
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