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Reversing Underachievement among Gifted Black Students: Promising Practices and Programs. Education and Psychology of the Gifted Series

This book focuses on the psychological, social, and cultural factors that influence the achievement of black youth who are gifted or potentially gifted, the prevention of underachievement, and appropriate interventions in cases of underachievement. The roles that families, educators, peers, and students themselves must play in promoting the academic, psychological, and socioemotional well being of these students are emphasized.

  • Author/Creator: Ford, Donna Y.
  • Author's address: Teachers College Press, Columbia University, 1234 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027 ($24.95 paperback, $52 hardback).
  • Date Published: 00-00
  • Year: 1996

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