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WELCOME GIFTED SUPPORTERS

Arizona Association for Gifted and Talented (AAGT) is a nonprofit organization of educators, parents and community members working together to better meet the unique needs of our gifted and talented students in Arizona.

We have four opportunities for supporters to get involved!

Members

Join a community of educators, mental health professionals,  parents, grandparents and family members that have come together to support each other and the gifted and talented students in their lives.

Partners

If you are a business or a Non-profit Organization that aligns with the AAGT Mission, please consider joining as an AAGT Partner to be listed in our directory and for other partnership perks.

Affiliates

An AAGT Affiliate Chapter is a group of individuals, such as a parent support group, who are concerned about having a positive impact on the gifted education services in their community or school district.

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Don’t let investments take a vacation

Sponsored Partner Post: Edward Jones Summertime is almost here — and for many people that means it’s time to hit the road. But even if you decide to take a vacation, you’ll want other areas of your life to keep working — especially your investments. Here are a few suggestions for doing just that: First,…

Discover the Perfect Summer Camp for Gifted and Twice-Exceptional Kids with Young Scholars Academy

Partner Sponsored Post, Young Scholars Academy Finding the perfect summer camp for kids with unique interests and needs can be challenging. That’s why we’re excited to share a fantastic opportunity from our friends at Young Scholars Academy (YSA). YSA is designed specifically for gifted and twice-exceptional kids, providing a strength-based, emotionally safe, and supportive virtual…

AAGT 2024 Summer Seminar “Discover the Magic: Journey through Problem Based Learning”

Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey through Problem-Based Learning (PBL)? Join us at the AAGT Summer Seminar on May 29 for an enriching experience titled “Discover the Magic: Journey through Problem-Based Learning” with the esteemed Dr. Shelagh Gallagher. Why Attend? In today’s educational landscape, fostering the potential of gifted and talented (GT)…

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