Provides testing and talent development programs for gifted children.
Runs an annual intellectual talent search, conducts research, and offers summer academic programs, distance education, family academic conferences, and educational assessment, planning, and counseling services. Newsletter available for a fee.
International professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted.
Works to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference.
Provides support, news, resources and information for parents and families.
Provides assessment, resources, identification, counseling, learning styles, presentations, and programs for gifted children and adults.
Dedicated to the better understanding of gifted and talented individuals.
Providing leadership, advocacy, and support of differentiated education and services for meeting the unique needs of gifted, talented, and creative students in Michigan.
Assists able and talented children to reach their full potential by raising awareness as well as giving support to teachers, other professionals and the wider educational community.
NAGC supports the families of gifted children in the UK.
Collaborative effort of the University of Connecticut, City University of New York/City College, Stanford University, University of Virginia, Yale University, 52 state and territorial departments of education, over 360 public and private schools, over 167 content area consultants, and stakeholders representing professional organizations, parent groups, and businesses.
State chapter of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). Serves as a public advocate to disseminate information concerning the needs of gifted and talented children.
Australia Gifted Organization
A list of all the state gifted associations by state.
It is the mission of SENG to support bright, talented, gifted individuals and their families, and the professionals who work with them, to better understand the nature of giftedness, and to help these individuals reach their personal potential.
Conferences, position papers, educational opportunities, resources, publications, links, advocacy background and tips.
Providing educational enrichment and support services specifically designed for gifted children, assistance to parents in raising gifted children to full and productive adulthood, professional training to encourage educators to meet the special needs of these youngsters, and efforts to win public recognition and acceptance of these special needs.
A national support and resource network focused on the needs of highly gifted children. The Center primarily serves as a clearinghouse of information and events concerning the needs of highly gifted children.
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