Project Bright IDEA: Finding Talent and Giftedness in Children of Diverse Backgrounds (2013-2014)

This project team evaluated and extended a 10-year experiment with the Bright IDEA gifted-and-talented curriculum in North Carolina elementary (and some secondary) schools, using both quantitative and qualitative approaches to assess and further extend the program into other states.

Timing

2013-2014

This Team in the News

Congratulations to the Student Leadership and Service Award Winners

/faculty/staff Team Members

  • William Darity, Sanford School of Public Policy*
  • Margaret Gayle, Social Science Research Institute; American Association for Gifted Children
  • Angel Harris, Arts & Sciences-Sociology*
  • Rhonda Sharpe, Arts & Sciences-African and African American Studies*
  • Daniel Turner, Social Science Research Institute

/undergraduate Team Members

  • Tailum Chen
  • Stephen Hafferkamp, Neuroscience (BS)
  • Arden Kreeger, Public Policy Studies (AB)
  • Dianwen Li, Electrical & Computer Egr(BSE)
  • Ray Li, Political Science (AB)
  • Yuchen Long
  • Gayle Powell, Public Policy Studies (AB)
  • Michelle Price
  • Ji Hye Seo, Economics (AB)
  • John Anthony Sullivan
  • Liaowang Zou, Statistical Science (BS), Public Policy Studies (AB2)