If Black and Brown Students WERE Equitably Identified for Gifted Programs, Then What? The Case for Focusing on Program Quality and Outcomes for Historically Underrepresented Gifted Populations

If Black and Brown Students WERE Equitably Identified for Gifted Programs, Then What? The Case for Focusing on Program Quality and Outcomes for Historically Underrepresented Gifted Populations

It is hard to find a conversation about gifted education, advanced academic opportunities, and equity that does not involve identification issues. This is unsurprising considering the persistence of these inequities. Purdue University’s Gifted Education Research and...

thnkLaw Newsletter: “Too low” for critical thinking?

    Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw’s Founder and CEO Two weeks ago, I presented to a standing-room only crowd of 120 educators of gifted and talented children across the country at the National Association of Gifted Children’s Annual Convention....

thinkLaw Newsletter: The Critical Thinking Gap Starts Early

Message from Colin Seale, thinkLaw’s Founder and CEO Newborns come out of the womb curious about the world, constantly wondering, questioning, and exploring their universe. So at what age should students belong to a learning that unleashes their critical...