A Tale of Two Cities…and Their Gifted Education Systems

Woodrow Wilson Fellow Raymond Perez ’23 was recently featured in Hopkins Insider with a blog about his three-year research project examining the global excellence gap. Raymond compared gifted education programs in Baltimore and Singapore and offered a sociopolitical analysis of the disparities in academic achievement at three points of divergence: in the history of race and gifted education, in definitions of “gifted,” and in political institutions’ responses to gifted minorities.

Click here to read Raymond’s account of his research experience, and learn more about the global excellence gap — and the book Raymond published about it!