The Impact of Race and Ethnicity on the Identification Process for Giftedness in Utah

@article{Warne2013TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Race and Ethnicity on the Identification Process for Giftedness in Utah},
  author={Russell T Warne and Braydon Anderson and Alyce O. Johnson},
  journal={Journal for the Education of the Gifted},
  year={2013},
  volume={36},
  pages={487 - 508}
}
Many gifted education experts have found that Black, Hispanic, and Native American students are less likely to be identified for gifted programs than Asian American and White students. A study was conducted to ascertain the degree of underrepresentation of these groups in gifted programs in Utah. Using state-collected data from 14,781 students in six representative school districts in Utah, it was found through multiple logistic regression analysis that there was no statistically significant… 

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