Why decades of trying to end racial segregation in gifted education haven’t worked

Nationally, 3.3 million public school students have been identified for gifted education programs, about 6 percent of the total school population. Inequity is the norm. Wealthy schools identify more children as gifted than do poor ones. Black, Latino and indigenous groups are often left out. But can you make gifted education representative? Can we even agree on what “giftedness” is at all?