The mission of the Georgia Association for Gifted Children is to advocate for gifted children and youth by working with educators, parents, policy-makers, and the community to meet the needs of the gifted.
Governor Brian Kemp recently signed a proclamation declaring January as Gifted Education Month in Georgia.
Share what your students are doing to celebrate gifted education by posting on the GAGC Facebook page.
2020 GAGC Convention - Registration Closed!
The interest in attending our annual GAGC Convention has been incredible this year! However, we have now met the capacity of the 2020 convention venue and have had to close registrations. If you would like to be placed on the "Wait List",register online at whatever level is appropriate for your situation - Late Member or Late Non-Member - and you will be prompted to "Join Waitlist".
When a spot becomes available, registrants will be automatically registered (in order of their initial registration date) and emailed an invoice
Who are the Gifted in Georgia?
Gifted Student - a student who demonstrates
Thank you to our 2020
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Recent GAGC News
Local Chapter News
New Member Benefit for Families:
A new page has been added to our web site titled "Local Chapter News and Resources". This page will be updated regularly as news and or information is received that is believed will be of interest to our local chapter members as they advocate for gifted children in their school districts. To access this page, hover on the link to the Local Chapter page and select the page to the right of it it. A new article, Power in numbers: How gifted advocacy parent groups can help you and your kids (Or how I went from perplexed parent to empowered advocate) has just posted.