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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  N    INTERPLAY 110 47 174 62 157 126 162 25 2
2  J    SITUATIONAL 56 172 479 19 35 282 71 40 1
3  N    FEASIBILITY 72 86 126 121 9 28 349 110 6
4  V    APPROXIMATE 60 92 145 40 90 63 200 118 11
5  N    WORKLOAD 18 104 140 33 13 100 262 114 19
6  R    VERBALLY 37 122 158 18 91 100 19 52 7
7  V    PROPAGATE 79 8 55 58 62 72 338 15 5
8  V    ESCHEW 116 12 78 90 102 64 52 10 40
9  N    UNIQUENESS 91 101 147 55 129 209 76 22 8
10  N    STRATUM 94 41 190 51 80 29 153 96 5
 

of agreement on a universally accepted definition of gifted and talented, and over-reliance on standardized tests, for example, hinder the identification process. The authors provide rationales for augmenting current identification procedures. Recommendations are advanced so that Black students will no longer go undiscovered in programs for the gifted and talented. Throughout history, accounts of people with superior abilities have proved fascinating. As early as 2200 B.C., the Chinese developed an elaborate system of competitive examinations to select outstanding government officials (DuBois, 1970). In A.D.618, early China, gifted children were sent to the imperial court to have their gifts recognized and nurtured. In ancient Sparta, giftedness was defined by fighting skills and leadership (Davis, &; Rimm, 1989). In essence, the records of almost every culture show a distinctive interest for their ablest citizens (Renzulli, 1986). Even today, there is an abundance of information about these students. Education tailored to

 
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