Document Type

Conference Paper/Presentation

Conference

Presented at the 2019 National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Convention

Publication Date

11-8-2019

Abstract

Learners who advocate for themselves are more apt to discover the intellectual challenges they want and need. Systemic barriers, however, can keep students from finding/using their own voices. Panelists share ways to empower the self-advocacy of underserved gifted students - specifically those who are Black, Hispanic, Native American, low SES, and Black and Latinx females in STEM.

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