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The North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented (NCAGT) is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the educational and social-emotional needs of academically and/or intellectually gifted students.
What does it mean to be gifted? To be neurodivergent? What can be done to help reduce inequities for gifted learners, especially those of color and those in poverty?
Join hosts Hannah Park and Katharine Caldwell for thought-provoking conversations about giftedness as they interview entrepreneurs, community leaders, and stakeholders to uncover the truth about what it truly means to be gifted in a world where there is no universal definition. This podcast is created by The North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented (NCAGT). If you want to learn how to better support and advocate for gifted learners and how to utilize your own gifts and talents to elevate your life - this is the podcast for you!
NCAGT Knows Black Lives Matter
Read NCAGT's Statement of Solidarity to see how our organization is committed to being an instrument of change. We have also compiled a list of resources to promote understanding, personal reflection, and critical conversations around equity and anti-racism.
NCAGT At-Home Resources
NCAGT has partnered with NCDPI to compile high-quality online resources for educators and families of AIG learners. These resources are excellent for summer online enrichment and to supplement online leaning in the future.
As part of our commitment to improving access and education for high achieving students of color and low-income students, NCAGT will host Thought-Filled Thursdays which are Book Clubs and workshops focused on books and strategies that provide practical advice on engaging in culturally relevant curriculum and instruction.
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