School Counselors' Knowledge and Involvement Concerning Gifted and Talented Students
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This study explored school counselors’ self-reported knowledge and involvement with gifted and talented (GT) students. A survey instrument was developed and completed by 328 school counselors. Principal factor analysis with oblimin rotation identified two dimensions underlying the construct of knowledge and three dimensions underlying the construct of involvement, one of which was “advocacy.” General GT knowledge was associated with all aspects of involvement, and identification knowledge was associated with advocacy.
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