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In addition to the risk factors that clearly predict the reasons why most students fail, another long-standing problem that causes underachievement in gifted or high-potential students is the inappropriate curriculum and content that some of them encounter on a daily basis. The hundreds of hours spent each month in classrooms in which students rarely encounter new or challenging curriculum, the boredom of being assigned routine tasks mastered long ago, the low levels of discussion, and the mismatch of content to students’ ability lead to frustration on the parts of many of our brightest students.
This information then should be used to help identify students who need a level of service not currently provided, or even a continuum of services to develop to their fullest potential (Renzulli & Reis, 1997). Broadening ideas about the characteristics of gifted students in this way should, ideally, provide new flexibility in both identification and programming. This flexibility in turn may increase the inclusion of diverse students in gifted programs, which is a crucial issue in the field. Once participation of diverse students in gifted programs is increased, challenges in equitable education will remain.
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