Panel: Identification and Outcomes for Special Needs

Saturday, November 4, 2017: 1:45 PM-3:15 PM
Wrigley (Hyatt Regency Chicago)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Chairs:  Leanna Stiefel, New York University
Discussants:  Scott Imberman, Michigan State University and Kaitlin Anderson, Michigan State University

Advancing Minority Gifted Identification: Evidence from a Randomized Trial of Nurturing for a Bright Tomorrow
Angel Harris, Duke University, Darryl V. Hill, Fulton County School System and Matthew A. Lenard, Wake County Public School System

Bilingual Education and the Short and Longer-Term Outcomes of English Language Learners
Eric Hanushek, Stanford University, Steven Rivkin, University of Illinois, Chicago and Jeffrey Schiman, Georgia Southern University

Is Special Education Improving? Evidence on Segregation, Outcomes, and Spending from New York City
Leanna Stiefel1, Menbere Shiferaw1, Amy Ellen Schwartz2 and Michael Gottfried3, (1)New York University, (2)Syracuse University, (3)University of California, Santa Barbara

Inequality in transitioning from special education: the role of race, gender, and poverty.
Syeda Sana Fatima and Leanna Stiefel, New York University

Identification and Outcomes for Special Needs

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