past / Nov. 18, 2020: Advocating for Marginalized Gifted Students of Color ~ Dr. Kristina Henry Collins

Free event from the Mirman School: Advocating for Marginalized Gifted Students of Color with Dr. Kristina Henry Collins, Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 6:00pm!

Details and registration below:

“Due to social and historical inequities, bright Black and Latinx students are often not identified as gifted. Even those who are, often don’t have access to the rigor and support they need.”Join us for an evening with Dr. Kristina Henry Collins focused on advocating for marginalized gifted students of color. The goal of this event is to provide information that will help parents, guardians, and teachers advocate for unidentified, misidentified, and underserved gifted students of color and connect them with the resources they need to thrive.”Dr. Collins serves on the board of directors of the National Association of Gifted Children and is the president of Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG). As a professor at Texas State University, her research focuses on the social, emotional, and cultural contexts of gifted and talent development.”

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Thank you to Dr. Collins for sharing this event with GEFN!

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