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The objectives of this literature review are the following: (a) discuss the unique challenges and opportunities that exist for supporting gifted and academically talented underrepresented youth, (b) provide an overview of literature on the transition to college and best approaches for college transition for underrepresented high-achieving students, (c) provide an overview of select promising programs and their outcomes, and (d) provide recommendations for partnership efforts to enhance program effectiveness and increase access to college for high-achieving underrepresented students.
Recent research on academically talented students with learning disabilities indicates that they have specific counseling needs that often are not addressed in elementary and secondary school (Olenchak & Reis, 2002; Reis, Neu, & McGuire, 1995).
To examine the overall relationship between the availability of teacher certification programs and the likelihood that academically talented students enter teaching careers, Reback combines Barron's ratings of college selectivity, detailed data tracking college seniors into the workforce, data on the types of teacher certification programs offered by their colleges, and data on states' certification requirements.
In such discursive visual arts disciplines as aesthetics, art criticism, and art history, many academically talented students can easily excel and move toward the idiosyncratic region on Feldman's continuum.
Constructing a comprehensive research framework to guide our pursuits and taking stock of what we already know about teaching academically talented students can allow us to prioritize items on the vast horizon left to explore and to develop a more systematic study of honors.
It's a very practical demonstration of our commitment to working with schools and teachers throughout the country to seek out academically talented students and encourage them to find out more about what's available to them."
The Pell Grant and FSEOG are two key federal student financial aid programs that have proved to be remarkably successful in ensuring that academically talented students from low- and moderate-income families pursue and obtain a higher education.
A 13-year-old African American boy, academically talented in mathematics and science, living and learning in East St.
"The DREAM Act stands to unleash the potential contribution of academically talented and socially responsible young people, who today remain in the shadows of our communities because they were brought undocumented into this country.
Brody: Most of my work has involved establishing counseling initiatives and developing resources to help academically talented students find and take advantage of strategies and opportunities that will help them reach their full potential.
In "The Effects of a Service-Learning Program on the Development of Civic Attitudes and Behaviors Among Academically Talented Adolescents," they investigated "the effects of a service-learning program on the development of civic attitudes and behaviors of 230 high school students who were identified as academically gifted and participated in either a service-learning program or an accelerated academic program during the summer." Research on this topic is quite rare in our field, and their findings provide important guidance for future research.
"Honors has never been an area of development, but I think it's time now." These programs offer an opportunity for low-income families who have academically talented offspring but can't afford four years at a private university.