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The mission of the Alabama Association for Gifted Children is to provide advocacy leadership, and support to assist educators, parents, and community partners in meeting the educational and affective needs of gifted children and youth in Alabama.

Don't miss out on three full packed days of all the gifted professional development goodness!

On Wednesday we have a great offering of workshops you will not want to miss. Click here for the full agenda for Wednesday. Virtual attendance does not include Wednesday.

Our keynote speakers are for Thursday, Dr. Emily Mofield, assistant professor at Lipscomb University teaching courses in Gifted Education and Advanced Academics Program. Our Friday keynote speaker is Dr. Brian Housand, the coordinator of the Academically or Intellectually Gifted program at University of North Carolina Wilmington. 

Register here: https://alabamagifted.org/event-5236843/Registration 

Gifted Education Month was a success!  Thank you everyone who reached out to their elected officials.  It's not too late and this is definitely an ongoing effort.  Need to know what to do?  Check out our Advocacy page at https://alabamagifted.org/advocacy Our gifted students deserve to learn something new every single day.

AAGC is pleased to announce two monthly podcasts.  Have you listened yet?


 AAGC Gifted Chat Podcast  is a 15-20 minute conversation with leaders in the field of gifted discussing topics important to them. Then after you listen to the podcast, join the conversation on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/AAGCGiftedChat. Each Gifted Chat episode will have a separate post on FB with questions to continue the conversation and share ideas and resources.



Think Like a....where we will explore different professions to see what it takes to be successful.  We hope you will join us each month to listen to a conversation with a professional in a career.  We will learn what skills are required to be successful and education requirements, and what you really do in this career.

Already a member?  Login with your AAGC credentials to take advantage of our webinars for parents and educators!

Gifted advocacy takes a year-round effort.   We made great strides this last legislative year but we are far from the much needed funds to make full-funding a reality.  Share what is happening in your classroom on all your social media outlets.  Reach out to your elected officials.  Until gifted education is fully funded, we will still strive for that goal!  Go here, to find out what you can do!

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Alabama Association for Gifted Children

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Birmingham, AL 35243

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