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 National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) annually presents an Administrator Award to a Principal or Superintendent, outside the field of gifted education, who has made a significant contribution to gifted education in his/her school, district, or across the nation. This contribution may include developing and maintaining a school- or district-wide education program; offering a high level of support for gifted students; or public policy advocacy for the needs of gifted children.
Submission Procedure & Checklist
The NAGC national office will make every effort to contact those who have nominated a colleague, or those who have nominated themselves, to let them know of any missing materials, provided the nomination packet arrives at least two weeks before the deadline.
The nominee will be reviewed based on the following:
The recipient(s) of the award and the other applicants will be notified of the Awards Committee's decision in writing no later than August 31. The award recipient will receive a plaque and a check. The award also includes a complimentary registration to the NAGC Annual Convention in November, along with a two-night stay at a convention hotel.