The Education Exchange: Do Gifted and Talented Programs Make Racial Segregation Worse?

Effects are modest, says new study by a Williams College economist

Photo of Owen ThompsonAn associate professor at Williams College, Owen Thompson, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Thompson’s latest research, which looks into whether gifted and talented programs are also drivers of racial segregation in schools.

Gifted and Talented Programs Don’t Cause School Segregation” is available now at Education Next.

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