Associate Dean presents at national symposium

Dr. Wayne Lord, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs at the GRU College of Education, was recently invited to give a presentation on state policy in gifted education at the 11th Wallace Research and Policy Symposium on Talent Development.

His presentation addressed the attributes of process, product, and progress for researching educational policy.

The symposium was sponsored by the Belin-Blank Center (College of Education, The University of Iowa) and the National Association for Gifted Children.

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