NAGC provides teachers and administrators a blueprint for differentiating the Common Core State Standards for gifted and advanced students through the use of acceleration, depth, complexity, and creativity within and across grade levels. Here are the tools to build a comprehensive, coherent, and continuous set of learning experiences for gifted and advanced students while using the CCSS.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, features gifted and talented education in the September 2015 issue of School Administrator. Jane Clarenbach, NAGC Director of Public Education, wrote the lead article. View article>
Reinforcing Our Commitment to Foster Inclusive Learning Environments
New Network Chair and Chairs-Elect begin their service on September 1. Read more>
Members have FREE access to NAGC Webinars on Wednesday this fall, starting September 9. Read More>
“Differentiating Content and Instruction for High-Ability Learners” begins in September on NAGC MyLearning. Read more about the six-week online course>
With close to 400 educational sessions, the NAGC Convention offers you exceptional learning opportunities, November 13-15 in Phoenix. View the Convention schedule>