The Gifted Education Unit provides leadership and assistance to Arizona public schools in providing appropriate gifted education services K-12 for their gifted and advanced learners (approximately 8% of Arizona’s public school population), so they may develop and achieve according to their abilities and potential.
Champion the academic, intellectual, social and emotional development of Arizona’s gifted and advanced learners through ensuring gifted learners in Arizona receive an appropriate gifted education commensurate with their abilities and potential.
- Parent Day & Kids Program at the NAGC Conference – Saturday, November 14th
- 2015 NAGC Conference in Phoenix – November 12-15
- 2015 Martin D. Jenkins Scholar Award – deadline September 15
- NAGC Conference – November 12-15, 2015, Phoenix, AZ
What You Should Know
Arizona law requires that all public school districts must both identify gifted learners and provide appropriate educational programs and services for gifted learners. However, the law does not prescribe the models that district must use to serve their gifted learners.