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There is clear and mounting evidence that gifted education must address the serious challenges associated with the underidentification and underservicing of diverse populations of gifted students. For example, English learners (ELs) are the fastest growing population of learners in the U.S., yet they are among the most underrepresented groups in gifted education. Each year, tens of thousands of talented young people are overlooked for gifted services simply because they learned a language other than English as a child. Their teachers focus on their limited English skills and fail to recognize the brilliant mind they possess. Project EAGLE addresses this issue by creating learning situations where students' math talent and potential can be recognized.











Project EAGLE goals:

  • to develop a dynamic approach to equitably identify gifted ELs in the familiar context of classroom math instruction;
  • to build classroom teachers, gifted specialists, and EL teachers’ capacity for fostering and spotting gifted talent; and
  • to increase the number of ELs nominated for gifted services.





  • University of Connecticut Job Opportunity: Postdoctoral Research Associate
    Postdoctoral Research Associate Search #: 498320                                                                                                                                 Advertised: Apr 11, 2024 Eastern Daylight Time Work type: Full-time                                                                                                                             Applications close: Jul 01, 2024 Eastern Daylight Time Location: Storrs Campus Categories: Postdoctoral Research Associates JOB SUMMARY Project EAGLE (Eliciting Advanced Gifted Learning Evidence) is seeking a qualitative researcher with math education experience for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position. The person in this position will […]
  • Professional Learning Videos
    The Project EAGLE team is working with the Eyeglue video team to produce professional learning videos featuring the Points of Promise checklist.
  • Project EAGLE funded for $2.9 million
    Renzulli Center Director Del Siegle (PI), along with D. Betsy McCoach (Co-PI) and Susan Dulong Langley, has received a $2.9 million Javits grant to improve identification of English learners (ELs) for gifted services. ELs are among the most underidentified of underserved populations, while being the fastest growing population. The researchers note that static assessment measures […]

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Project EAGLE Contact Info

Phone: (860) 486-0616
Address: 2131 Hillside Road Unit 3007
Storrs, CT 06269-3007