My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for National Association for Gifted Children, Washington, DC, USA
I was a Javits-Frasier Scholar and had a fabulous time attending NAGC. The organization of the event was flawless, every presenter intentional and worthwhile, and the amount of take-home strategies were abundant. I was especially impressed with the small-group panels of community members that shared with us how gifted education impacts a community at large. NAGC also had well-renown speakers like Temple Grandin and Jonathan Mooney who provided descriptive insight into what life is like as a person with Autism and Attention Defecit Hyperactive Disorder. Overall, NAGC is an amazing learning opportunity for educators, parents, and community members alike.
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