gifted dropouts, but to help them to continue their education. More specifically,
the focus was on exploring personal and educational factors related to their
dropout behavior. Several characteristics of gifted dropouts were found in this
Author: Susan Baum
Publisher: Corwin Press
What are possible causes of achievement stress for the learning disabled ? ... (
DB ) ED 295 395 EC 202 834 Lichtenstein , Steve Zantal - Wiener , Kathy Special
Education Dropouts . ERIC Digest # 451 . ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped
and Gifted Children , Reston , Va , Spons Agency - Office of Educational
Risk factors significantly predicted parent rated PQOL in the Environment domain
. ... Relationships between dropout rates and California High School Exit Exam
scores of 11th grade special education ... of the barriers to identifying gifted
African American students for participation in elementary gifted and talented
programs . ... Adviser : Timothy A. Slocum Order Number DA3352451 Both
legislative mandates such as those of No Child Left Behind ( NCLB ) , and
developments in the ...
Category: Dissertations, Academic
Barbara Kerr. Boredom with the academic regimen in school is an important
factor to consider in working with gifted students. ... About half of gifted dropouts
are in the lowest quartile of the socioeconomic status level in comparison to
gifted nondropouts. Hispanic ... Nonetheless, educators and advocates for gifted
students need to help those who leave school and are left behind academically.
Kai Kok ...
Author: Barbara Kerr
For the dropouts , 29 percent ( 2 out of 7 living parents ) are employed outside the
home . ... In their elementary school education , one returnee was in an advanced
/ gifted program and one dropout was in a remedial reading program .
Author: Lorraine Blumenfeld Hertz
Robert D . Strom ( 1967 ) , writing on the general population of dropouts , points
to several factors that cause students to drop out of school . ... Table 7 . 1
Symptoms and Causes of Youngsters Leaving Causes of Underachievement 249
Author: Joe Khatena
In 1959 - 1960 there were no statistically significant differences in dropouts by
sex . In 1960 - 1961 significantly fewer boys than girls dropped out . 5 . The grade
level of the pupil appeared to be a minor factor in the dropout rate . There
Author: Maine. Bureau of Secondary Education
Category: Gifted children
... 630564 , 630566 Emotional Problems 904522 Gifted 630352 Sexual Abuse
630561 Design Requirements Disabilities 904488 Visual ... 904531 Dropout
Characteristics High Risk Students 630417 Dropout Prevention Behavior
Disorders 630415 Learning Disabilities ... Ecological Factors Suicide 630418
Economic Factors Mental Retardation 630514 Economically Disadvantaged
630327 Gifted ...
Category: Special education
The data revealed that race , ethnicity and socioeconomics are factors affecting
admission into gifted and honors programs . ... Such data facilitated consideration
of factors of alienation from schools felt by dropouts , and were collected in ...
Category: Dissertations, Academic
( Continued from page 9 ) Finally , we know that the most significant causative
factor behind dropouts is the low socio ... It means also a broader and more
flexible curriculum , such as the following : 1 ) Enriched course for the gifted , 2 )
In Dave's case , however , special programming for the gifted , which he met for
the first time in the junior high school , seemed to do more harm than good . The
information available in his elementary school record indicates that two factors
which caused his later difficulties could be ... that the accelerated program ,
already a sacred cow after a few short years , was partly responsible for his
Author: Emanuel Frederick Hammer
which is a primary factor leading to school dropouts . Above all , it is imperative
that schools put forth every effort to instill the one attribute that is needed to get
along in this old world and that is self - confidence . With it they can scale
Author: Rolla F. Pruett
Almost invariably , these gifted dropouts are underachievers , talented students
who are unguided , uncounseled , and ... of students with mild disabilities beyond
high school , he found that dropping out was a greater factor in unemployment ...
Author: Margret A. Winzer
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Guidelines and Promising Practices, a Guide to Dropout Prevention, Intervention
and Remediation Craig R. Toth ... Alienated Gifted Students Another sub - group ,
one that is often overlooked , is represented by underachieving and alienated
gifted students . ... In the list below , any one factor in the potential column may
combine with one or multiple factors ... In the primary grades some gifted students
display characteristics which create conflict leading to aggressive or withdrawn ...
Author: Craig R. Toth
( 3 References ) A comparison of 21 talented dropouts with 21 talented persisters
found that there was a significant ... 931 Howald , Betty L . " An investigation into
anxiety factors in achieving and underachieving gifted children at the fifth - grade
Author: Jean Laubenfels
Economic Factors * Hispanic students who drop out of school often cite economic
reasons for leaving school . ... National and State data demonstrate that Hispanic
children are less likely to be placed in programs for gifted and talented ...
Author: Robert J. Nava
Next , psychological factors affecting gifted children are discussed . ... idea of “
gifted underachievers " seems paradoxical , it is a logical concept based on the
reality that gifted students represent a significant portion of high school dropouts .
Category: Human behavior
Although the Brazilian students in the sample are not dropouts , the existence of
the same learning patterns may imply ... feeling experiences for Brazilians '
creative achievements , as well as the factors adult presence and adult
Author: Roberta M. Milgram
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text