A "forgotten" niche: Gifted non-English speaking students

Florida researcher Jamie Castellano says many schools fail to identify the estimated 3% to 4% of English-language learners who are gifted. Phoenix's Washington Elementary School District is using a federal grant to train teachers to identify and instruct gifted immigrant children.

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