We here at 2e News are thrilled to present our latest edition of Variations2e magazine. The summer 2021 issue examines the relationships amongst culture, ethnicity, and twice-exceptionality. This intersection also is known to some as 3e.
While being both gifted and having learning differences, or 2e, poses unique and formidable challenges, students of color face obstacles and forms of oppression in many, if not all, facets of life. Our primary goal for this issue is to give voice to the scholars and educators whose important contributions and continuing work explore the intersections of race, culture, giftedness, and twice-exceptionality.
The issue includes pieces on culturally responsive teaching; indigenous youth; race, gender, and scholar identity; systemic racial disparities of gifted students of color; cultural and linguistic barriers to 2e identification for Latino students; cultural factors and considerations in identifying and serving gifted BIPOC students with other exceptionalities, and more.
This issue (No. 6, Summer 2021) now is available for purchase in print and pdf formats. The print issue is $12 (including free shipping within U.S., Canada & Mexico). The pdf version is $5.95. Select the tab(s) below to make your selection. You may read excerpts from the magazine here.
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