This article identifies successful programs for low-income or minority, gifted urban students as both multifaceted and flexible, and argues that effective programs must understand and build support within the family, school, and community. Two projects geared toward low-income or minority, gifted urban students are profiled: Project Excite and Project LIVE. These programs are designed to prepare talented minority students to enter existing programs for advanced learners.
Program Design and Implementation
English Learner Identification