NAGC makes gifted learners a national priority
An estimated 3 million gifted children sit in classrooms across the U.S. today. The 5,000 + members of NAGC work on behalf of these students, who represent a good portion of the “pipeline of talent.” NAGC invests its resources to train teachers, encourage parents, and educate administrators and policy makers on how to develop and support gifted children. What’s at stake if high-potential learners are not challenged and encouraged?
- Strategic Framework: Any dynamic organization works within an organized but flexible plan for the future. Read about strategic direction and priorities here.
- Leadership Initiatives: At the Board retreat each September, specific objectives for the coming year are established, which reflect the current national education climate and priorities of the Board.
- Year in Review: Read about our accomplishments in 2013 and new initiatives that lie ahead.
- Board Actions: The NAGC Board of Directors meets three times each year. View a list of recent actions and accomplishments.