Administer Advocacy with the Right Resources
“Building principals and the school superintendents are key stakeholders in the development of talents and the provision of services for gifted students. We know that administrators can make programs with their understanding and support or break them by their reluctance and failure to allocate resources. With the full spectrum of students on their minds and with their professional plates overfull, few principals and superintendents attend the annual NAGC Convention, access our print or electronic resources, or actively participate in the leadership of our organization,” Ann Robinson, NAGC Past President.
We invite you to explore the videos, factsheets, and other materials that make up the NAGC Administrator Toolbox. Assembled by an NAGC task force of administrators, the collection of tools can be used as a starting point to advocate for high-ability learners and implement programs.
Visit the NAGC Administrator Toolbox here.
Plus, these featured sessions in the NAGC Live Learning Center are complimentary for a limited time.
What Administrators can Teach us About Making the Case for Gifted Students
Bullet Proofing Your Gifted Program
Making Your Case: 10 Ways to Boost Your Gifted Program
View “What Administrators Taught Us About Making the Case for Gifted Education.” (Prezi)