When appropriate programming structures, curriculum and instructional interventions, and external supports are available to low-income students, they are more likely to break through the barriers of poverty and develop their talents.
Join leading educators and researchers in the field of gifted education for a comprehensive and practical look at how best to identify, serve, and provide appropriate support systems necessary for growing the talents of low-income gifted learners.
Separate Registration Fee of $169 includes breakfast and lunch
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