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WVU research helps gifted programs discover talented low-income students and bring STEM learning to kids of all abilities

WVUToday

MORGANTOWN, W.VA. — The force behind West Virginia University’s Appalachian Coders project has made it her mission to remove elitism from gifted education. This means identifying gifted students living in disadvantaged areas while promoting the STEM disciplines.

Carla Brigandi

“It’s a right students have,” Carla Brigandi, an associate professor at the College of Applied Human Sciences

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