Combatting Perceptions in Gifted Education

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Join top gifted education thinkers in a discussion on how educators can work to combat perceptions and misperceptions of gifted education. Speakers will address legislative and public perceptions of gifted and talented as inherently elitist and/or inequitable and educate attendees around misunderstandings commonly shared within public perception. Learn how you can change the perceptions about gifted education and create stronger conversations around G/T and equity in your communities. This session was originally recorded at giftED21.

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