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.
Professionals in higher education -- counselors, researchers, teacher preparation faculty, psychologists, and others -- have a long and distinguished relationship with the field of gifted and talented education and with NAGC. We present resources here for the university community and welcome suggestions for additional resources.
NAGC has created standards for gifted programs, teacher training and more, in collaboration with the Council for Exceptional Children.
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The premier journal in gifted education is an NAGC member benefit. All issues are available digitally
2016 UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS
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NAGC asked Universities about their gifted education coursework, gifted centers, and/or programming for gifted learners and their families. We have created PDF's of the services offered.