Teaching Spotlight Spotlight on Differentiated Learning
This Spotlight will help you evaluate differentiated instruction methods, create equitable gifted and talented programs, and more.
Special Education English Learners, Students With Disabilities Blocked From Gifted Programs, Data Finds
State policies are needed to improve representation in gifted and talented programs.
Equity & Diversity Opinion The Report of Gifted Education's Death Is Greatly Exaggerated
Few low-income kids and kids of color make it into gifted programs. James R. Delisle explains effective ways to address that problem.
Equity & Diversity Q&A A Formula for Creating More Equitable Gifted and Talented Programs
Anthony Vargas in Manassas, Va., has nearly doubled the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds in the district's gifted program.
Equity & Diversity Leader To Learn From A Leader Who's Busting Down Barriers to Gifted Education
Anthony Vargas has nearly doubled the share of poor and Hispanic students in gifted education in Manassas, Va.
Student Achievement Photo Essay PHOTOS: A Leader Who Affects Everyone He Encounters
EdWeek photographer Valerie Plesch reflects on her day with Anthony Vargas, a 2023 Leaders To Learn From honoree.
Families & the Community How Schools Can Benefit From the Power of Positive Parents
Parents and administrators share what worked in their school-change efforts.
Equity & Diversity Schools Are Resegregating. There's a Push for the Supreme Court to Consider That
As the court weighs race-conscious college admissions policies, some say the needs of resegregating K-12 schools ought to be considered, too.
Special Education What the Research Says 3 Out of 4 Gifted Black Students Never Get Identified. Here's How to Find Them
Most attend schools where they never get a chance to be recognized, a new Purdue University study finds.
College & Workforce Readiness Spotlight Spotlight on Inspiring Innovation Through STEM Education
This Spotlight will empower you on ways to include more students of color, locate gifted students in unexpected places, and more.
Special Education New York City Will Phase Out Controversial Gifted and Talented Program
The massive change is aimed at addressing racial disparities in the biggest school system in the country.
School & District Management Students Sought Changes at Their Middle School. Their Principal Listened
Principal Kambar Khoshaba initiated a student social justice task force at the middle school he leads. Students say it's had a big impact.
Special Education What the Research Says Gifted Education Comes Up Short for Low-Income and Black Students
Wildly disparate gifted education programs can give a minor boost in reading, but the benefits mainly accrue to wealthy and white students.
Equity & Diversity The Simple Policy Change That's Getting More Students of Color in Advanced Courses
By automatically enrolling all students in high-level courses, schools in Washington state are working to erase a long entrenched form of inequity.