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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 A. Naglieri

Research Professor, University of Virginia
Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D. is a Research Professor at the University of Virginia. He published 23 books, 51 tests and rating scales, and 300 research papers. He is well known for his emphasis on innovative approaches to intellectual assessment including the Naglieri General Ability Tests... Read More →
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Dina Brulles

Gifted Program Coordinator, Arizona State University
Dina Brulles, Ph.D., is the Gifted Program Coordinator at Arizona State University and the former Director of Gifted Education at Paradise Valley Unified School District in Arizona. She served as NAGC’s Governance Secretary and NAGC’s School District Representative. Dina received... Read More →
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Dr. Kim Lansdowne

Instructor-Arizona State University, Arizona State University
Kimberly Lansdowne, Ph.D., is the founding Executive Director of the Herberger Young Scholars Academy at Arizona State University.She has a lengthy career in teaching and administration at universities, colleges, public and private schools.Along with being featured in multiple media... Read More →

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