American Association for Gifted Children
The American Association for Gifted Children (AAGC) is the nation's oldest advocacy organization for gifted children. It was established in New York in 1946 Their mission is to foster a better understanding of the needs and capabilities of children of high potential and with unusual abilities.
Goal One: Develop and disseminate information about gifted education and promote equal access to services and programs for bright children.
Goal Two: Communicate the goals and services of AAGC to parents, education and health professionals and the general public.
Goal Three: Evaluate and promote the best curriculum resources and teaching practices for gifted children.
Goal Four: Focus attention on developing the potential of all children through research-based programs.
Durham, North Carolina, 27708-0270
You can contact the American Association for Gifted Children by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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