NAGC Position Statements & White Papers
Position Statements and White Papers help clarify issues in gifted and talented education and set NAGC's position on these issues.
The Early Childhood Network recognizes the importance of practitioners who have direct, daily contact with young gifted children. In an effort to support and encourage the participation of practitioners in NAGC and the Early Childhood Network, two (2) winners will recieve a $250 grant to help pay for NAGC Convention registration at the 2017 NAGC Annual Convention in Charlotte, NC, November 9-12.
Please contact Megan Peters with questions.
August 30, 2017
Applicants must submit:
The article will be used in the Network's newsletter and should also address one of the topics related to the Network's mission statement. These topics are:
Recipient must be a member of NAGC and the Early Childhood Network.
Recipient must work with children ages 3-8.
The description and outline submitted must (1) relate to the Early Childhood Network mission, and (2) reflect sound educational practice and theory.
Two (2) attendance grants for $250 of the convention registration fee be awarded by the Network for registration to the 2017 NAGC Convention in Charlotte, NC, November 9-12.
*Upon receipt of the award a 2-5 page article will need to be submitted by October 10, 2017 for publication in the Early Childhood Network Newsletter.
A committee of the Network Leadership will review and determine the recipients.