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center for talented youth

Online learning
Center for Talented Youth enrollment skyrockets after school closures
Published Aug 20, 2020
Enrollment in CTY's Online Programs has more than doubled since schools closed due to COVID-19, and vital in-person programs have been adapted for dynamic virtual learning
Virginia Roach to lead Center for Talented Youth
Published May 12, 2020
Educational reform scholar joins CTY from the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University, where she has been dean since 2015
Idea
A targeted talent search
Published Spring 2020
Leaders from JHU's Center for Talented Youth rethink the one-size-fits-all approach to identifying academically advanced students / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Gifted education
Jonathan Plucker named president of National Association for Gifted Children
Published Nov 18, 2019
An expert in education policy and talent development, he will set the organization's priorities and programs to support academically advanced students
Talented Youth
Helping bright kids shine
Published Oct 24, 2019
Since its founding in 1979 by Hopkins psychologist Julian C. Stanley, JHU's Center for Talented Youth has grown to become a global resource for academically gifted children
Summer in the CTY
Published Aug 27, 2019
Nearly 9,800 bright students from around the world took part in Center for Talented Youth Summer Programs at 24 sites in the U.S. and Hong Kong
Education
Report urges shift in gifted education
Published Aug 9, 2019
Using local norms instead of national standards to identify academically gifted students will reduce racial, socioeconomic disparities, researchers say
Center for Talented Youth
Free program keeps kids learning all summer long
Published July 31, 2019
Elementary school students write code, create superheroes, learn about numbers, and more in Emerging Scholars Summer Program
Center for Talented Youth
CTY celebrates bright students from around the world
Published May 21, 2019
Event held on university's Homewood campus recognizes middle schoolers who score among the top 12% on standardized tests
Commentary
To find Baltimore's brightest students, look beyond their test scores
Published May 17, 2019
Amy Shelton explains why CTY has opted to recruit high-potential students without the use of standardized testing / The Baltimore Sun