GAGC has a new mailing address and phone number:
P.O. Box 1560 Chatsworth, GA 30705
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.
The GAGC Award Nominations are Now Open!
The nomination process for the 2022 GAGC Awards is now open, and we hope you will consider nominating gifted educators, parents, and students for recognition. Please click on each title below for more information. The deadline to nominate is November 28, 2021.
Thank you to everyone who made the 2021 GAGC Virtual Convention a wonderful success! We are grateful to our 2021 Sponsor, Riverside Insights, our Presenters, and all of our GAGC Exhibitors/Vendors. A special thank you to Pathable, our Virtual Convention Platform provider, and to our Convention Co-Chairs, Mary Jean Banter and Donna Marshall!
The 2021 GAGC Virtual Convention presentations, including Dr. Marcia Tate's Keynote, our Sponsor's presentations, and access to all exhibitors/Vendors will be available to all registrants, via the link you were provided to access the convention, for one full year, until March 1, 2022.
Our work towards Access and Equity continues. Please read our Statement Against Anti-Racism and information about the GAGC Coalition for Access and Equity.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2021 GAGC Virtual Convention!
GAGC Announces New 2021-2023
Executive Board Officers
President-Elect: Mary Jean Banter, GA DOE
Convention Co-Chair: Kathy Jones, Cook County
Secretary: Leigh Brown, Hall County
Who are the Gifted in Georgia?
Gifted Student - a student who demonstrates