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.
Pre-Convention February 28
Regular Convention March 1-2, 2021
Registration is Now Closed!
If you have registered, a welcome email for the convention will be arriving in your inbox this week!
Tuesday Town Hall
Bridging the Work of Antiracism between NAGC and GAGC:
Moderators: Meg Hines and Teresa Reddish
Bynum Scholarship Applications
GAGC has again opened up a unique scholarship opportunity for Georgia teachers! In April 2021, one teacher from each of our Georgia RESA regions will be named a GAGC Bynum Scholar and will receive a scholarship to earn the gifted endorsement online through CASENEX and a complimentary one-year membership to GAGC. Upon completion of the CASENEX gifted endorsement, each Bynum Scholar will also receive a complimentary registration to the 2023 GAGC Convention. We hope to name 16 GAGC Bynum Scholars, one to represent each of the 16 RESA regions in Georgia. For more Information: Click here
Application available at: https://forms.gle/ReFvTQZ7cukN3BiYA
Application Deadline: April 2, 2021
Check out the GAGC Store for the new GAGC Virtual T-Shirt!
GAGC Announces New Officers for the Executive Board
Congratulations to our new Executive Board Members, who will serve from March 2021 - March 2023:
President-Elect: Mary Jean Banter
Convention Co-Chair: Kathy Jones
Secretary: Leigh Brown
Who are the Gifted in Georgia?
Gifted Student - a student who demonstrates
Thank you to our 2021
New Member Benefit for Families: