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Saturday, February 23 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Access Gap: Perceptions of Stakeholders Regarding Inclusion of Traditionally Marginalized Students in Gifted and Talented Education Programs in the Local Control Accountability Plan

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The research objective of this study was to investigate the experiences and perceptions of district administrators in recognizing the need for and addressing equitable access in Gifted and Advanced Learner Programs for diverse populations in the development and implementation of LCAP. Given the emergence of legislation in 2013, requiring the development and implementation of a LCAP, and provision in the legislation for districts to determine whether Gifted and Talented Advanced Learner Programs are included in the plan and fiscal resources allocated to this program (CDE, 2017), the issue of access and equity is significant for districts having such programs (Ford, 2017).


Cynthia Steuben

Elementary Teacher/ Doctoral Candidate, University of Redlands
Cynthia Steuben is a veteran elementary teacher with thirty years of experience in a Title I School working with students from diverse backgrounds. She attends the University of Redlands where she is working on her doctorate in Leadership for Education Justice. Ms. Steuben's research... Read More →

Saturday February 23, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Mesquite F Room

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