Have a listen and tell me if you hear it as counterpoint, harmony, or even as dissonance in this conversation about giftedness in America.
From Jonathan Plucker’s bio on the NAGC website:
His work defining and studying the excellence gap is part of a larger effort to re-orient the thinking of policymakers and educators toward how to best promote success and high achievement for all children.
Please have a look at our latest newsletter. Thanks to Debra Mayeux of Farmington, NMAG board’s new Newsletter Chair, for composing this publication.
Many thanks to Jessica Carlisle, our outgoing Newsletter Chair, for submitting the last newsletter of her tenure. In this capacity she has long served NMAG, the foremost statewide gifted organization. Jessica has had an impact on gifted education throughout the state and continues to do amazing things in gifted secondary education in Farmington. If you are thinking about getting involved in NMAG and have a journalistic proclivity, consider joining our board as Newsletter Chair starting October 21st. Contact us for more information.
Introducing the Spring 2017 Newsletter from the New Mexico Association for the Gifted.
Our Farmington-based NMAG Newsletter Chair, Jessica Carlisle, has compiled the newsletter for our members across the state.
Click here to download your electronic copy as a PDF.