Category: Poster

48 - Making the 35 Days Count: Taking a Closer Look at the Governor's Scholars Program

Saturday, Nov 11
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Residential governor's schools offer gifted and high-achieving secondary students an enrichment program that addresses their academic, interdisciplinary, and social/emotional development while encouraging them to explore their considerable potential. We will share the results of a mixed-methods research study examining the impact of the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program on participating scholars.

Kimberly P. Clayton-Code

Professor
Northern Kentucky University
Crittenden, Kentucky

Dr. Kimberly Clayton-Code is a professor in the College of Education and Human Services at Northern Kentucky University where she is director of the Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies. She teaches courses in gifted education, social studies education, and diversity education. Kimberly enjoys writing curriculum focused on economics and personal finance for K-12 students and adults. Four of her works have won national awards from both educational and professional business associations.