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.



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*
Angel Harris, Trinity - Sociology*
Rhonda Sharpe, Trinity - African & African American Studies*
Daniel Turner, Duke Social Science Research Institute

Undergraduate Team Members

Tailum Chen
Stephen Hafferkamp, Neuroscience (BS)
Arden Kreeger, Public Policy Studies (AB)
Ray Li, Political Science (AB)
Dianwen Li, Electrical & Computer Egr(BSE)
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)

Community Team Members

Margaret Gayle, Cook Center on Social Equity, American Association for Gifted Children

* denotes team leader


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