- Seek and make available national, state, and local resources that contribute to the education of gifted and talented
- Develop, publish, and disseminate appropriate materials for the education of the gifted and talented
- Sponsor and foster activities that stimulate and encourage the development of improved programming practices for the education of the gifted and talented.
- Assume a leadership role in the establishment of statewide conferences, meetings, workshops and other appropriate gatherings for the benefit and welfare of the gifted and talented.
The AGATE website contains interesting articles, educational links, archived newsletters, ways to join the organization and much more. We hope you enjoy your visit and be sure to come back to visit and find out what’s happening in the gifted and talented world.
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Current members will continue to have access to the Winter and Spring Series of Webinars of 2013 until January of 2014.
If you are a member but have not received a password please contact Judy: Judy_Wegman@bcsd.org or Kevin: email@example.com
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