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Saturday, March 26 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Equitable Identification Using the Naglieri General Ability Tests: Verbal, Nonverbal and Quantitative

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Racial, ethnic and socioeconomic inequality in gifted education is clear. Two factors have had great impact: tests that measure ability using verbal and quantitative question that demand knowledge and the requirement that students identified must also be high achieving. We show verbal, nonverbal and quantitative tests that are equitable. Research evidence will be presented which demonstrates how equity can be achieved and we will show how the test scores can be interpreted using local norms.

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Dr. Jack Naglieri

Emeritus Professor at George Mason University, George Mason University
Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D. is Emeritus Professor at George Mason University. He published 23 books, 51 tests and rating scales, and 300 research papers. He is widely known for his emphasis on innovative approaches to assessment of intelligence using the Cognitive Assessment System-2... Read More →
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Dr. Dina Brulles

Arizona State University
Dr. Brulles is the gifted program coordinator at Arizona State University and former gifted education director at Paradise Valley Unified School District. She served several leadership roles at the National Association of Gifted Students. She has co-authored several books, including... Read More →
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Dr. Kim Lansdowne

Instructor, Arizona State University
Dr Lansdowne teaches undergraduate and graduate level education classes on curriculum, instruction, testing, measurement and special needs. She is the former founding executive director of the Herberger Young Scholars Academy - a secondary school for highly gifted students at... Read More →

Saturday March 26, 2022 3:30pm - 4:30pm PDT
Diversity & Equitable Access