By David M. Fetterman
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Extra resources for Excellence and Equality: A Qualitatively Different Perspective on Gifted and Talented Education (Frontiers in Education Ser.)
Publisher : State University of New York Press isbn10 | asin : 0887066410 print isbn13 : 9780887066412 ebook isbn13 : 9780585063553 language : English subject Gifted children--Education--United States, Gifted children--Education--Cross-cultural studies, Educational equalization--United States, Educational equalization--Cross-cultural studies. 8279 subject : Gifted children--Education--United States, Gifted children--Education--Cross-cultural studies, Educational equalization--United States, Educational equalization--Cross-cultural studies.
It is hoped that this book will provide a healthy new direction for our entire educational system and simultaneously help to meet the needs of the gifted. F. Page xvii Acknowledgments A study of this size, complexity, and duration could not have been completed without the assistance of literally thousands of individuals. Although thanking each individual is impossible, I would like to mention a few. First, I am indebted to Bob, Dan, Jennifer, Eddie, Kisha, and hundreds of other gifted children and their parents throughout the country.
In addition, useful educational models drawn from gifted programs, focusing on high standards and training in critical thinking, are generalizable to the educational mainstream. The first step toward understanding the undervalued and frequently misunderstood role of gifted children and gifted education in the United States is to place gifted education in both ideological and historical perspective. The question of special privilege or special need is at the heart of this national dilemma. This chapter attempts to place our problem in its cultural context by presenting the larger social and political influences that shape gifted education.
Excellence and Equality: A Qualitatively Different Perspective on Gifted and Talented Education (Frontiers in Education Ser.) by David M. Fetterman