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Keyword: Advocacy

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Closeup portrait of children resting their heads on the library table
Brian L. Wright

Cultural Differences and Early Access Matter: Increasing Gifted and Talented Education Participation for Underrepresented Students

This article discusses the invaluable need to focus on equity and how culture matters in all aspects of GATE recruitment and retention efforts beginning in early childhood—identification and assessment, social-emotional and psychological needs and development, and curriculum and instruction.

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Colin Seale

No More Silence: Tools for White People Who Want to Actively Fight Racism

This discussion and workshop gives practical tools to understand how to not just be “not racist,” but become an anti-racist, active participant in ending racism.

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Julia L. Roberts

The Primer for Effective Advocacy

What is advocacy? What goals do advocates for gifted education have? Who can advocate? What are important points to remember in order to enhance the effectiveness of advocacy?

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C. Matthew Fugate

Increasing the Visibility of the Needs of Girls Who Are Gifted With ADHD

This article examines how gifted girls with ADHD cope with academic and social pressures associated with their middle and high school years.

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Tracy Ford Inman

Working With Your Child’s School

A healthy partnership between school and home doesn’t necessarily happen on its own. Like any true partnership, it requires clear communication, collaboration, cooperation, and trust.

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Raymond F. "Rick" Peters

From the President: Column for The Advocacy in Gifted Education Issue

This column shares some key elements for parents to remember as they advocate locally for their gifted children.