NAGC Blog

Each year between the September Board Retreat and NAGC’s Annual Convention, we identify and approve the projects and programs that NAGC staff and leaders will work to accomplish over the next 12-18 months. This begins with a look “over the balcony” at the landscape facing national education organizations in the next two-to-three years.
Abe's careful scholarship, his vision for the emergence and development of talents, and his genuine gifts of sharing, modeling, and mentoring SHAPED me.
One of the things that I love best about being an educator is the start of the new school year.
As Congress heads home for the August recess and as the November elections for federal, state, and local races heat up, now is the time to draw attention to high-ability students and their unique needs.

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