NAGC Networks and Special Interest Groups

Do you have a special interest within the broader field of gifted and talented education?  Looking to make connections and build a community with others who share these interests?

Good news ... NAGC has a home for you!

NAGC Networks exist to explore special issues and concerns related to the primary emphasis of that Network within NAGC.  In addition to building a special community for its members, each Network supports the mission, purposes, and goals of NAGC through its activities. Networks provide valuable input to the NAGC National Convention each year by recommending proposals and topics for their own dedicated strand.

As part of your NAGC membership, you can join up to three Networks.  Parent Associate Members are enrolled in the Parent & Community Network. In addition there are four special interest groups (SIGs) that you may join for no extra fee.  Each addresses more targeted concerns related to gifted and talented education.

Nominations are open for several Network chairs-elect.  Read more information on Network elections and positions.

Arts Computers & Technology Conceptual Foundations
Counseling & Guidance Creativity Curriculum Studies
Early Childhood Global Awareness Middle Grades
Parent & Community Professional Development Research & Evaluation
Special Populations Special Schools & Programs STEM
Special Interest Groups
Assessments of Giftedness Twice Exceptional GRACE (Gifted Racial
Accountability & Commitment to Equity)
GLBTQ (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,
Transgender, Questioning)

Several Networks also have award programs

Network Leaders: Find current Network policies and forms.

Network Leaders Needed

Are you interested in getting more involved in NAGC? Participating in Network leadership is a great way to meet others with similar interests and learn more about NAGC.

R&E Dissertation Award and Student Research Gala

The R&E Network is accepting submissions for the Dissertation Award and Student Research Gala