College of William & Mary
PO Box 8795
Tel. 757 221 2362
Conducts research and provides graduate education programs and professional development for individuals in the field of gifted education. Provides programs for precollegiate learners and their families, including enrichment programs.
School of Education and Social Policy
617 Dartmouth Place
Evanston, Illinois 60208-4175
Tel. 847 491 3782
Conducts the Midwest Academic Talent Search, provides Summer academic programs and school-year enrichment programs including the LearningLinks Distance Program. Provides conferences and Seminars for parents.
9665 Gateway Drive, Suite B
Reno, NV 89521
Tel. 775 852 3483
Website provides details of a new public gifted school, the Davidson Academy of Nevada; the THINK Summer Institute; GT-Cyberspace; the Educators Guild; programs and scholarships; and more.
Box 90780, Duke University
Durham, NC 27708-0780
Tel. 919 668 9100, 8 am to 5 pm EST, Monday to Friday
406 E. 11th Street, Suite 301
Austin, TX 78701
Tel. 512 473 8400
email via online forms on website
Identifies gifted children and supports them by providing programs and activities accessible to their parents and teachers.
5801 Smith Ave #400 McAuley Hall
Baltimore, Maryland 21209
Tel. 410 735 4100
Provides information, research, talent search and summer programs as well as distance education, counseling and assessment.
Provides a list of State Department of Education offices responsible for gifted education and state-wide advocacy groups.
9 West Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06902-3788
Tel. 866 303 4744
Provides educational and social opportunities for academically gifted children.
Includes details of:
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
400 Maryland Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20202-6200
Tel. 202 2607813
State Education Authorities, Local Education Authorities, or both, may apply for grants to fund demonstration projects, innovative strategies and activities to enhance schools' abilities to meet the needs of gifted and talented students. Priority is given to models serving students who are under-represented in gifted and talented programs such as economically disadvantaged, limited English proficient and disabled students. Priority is also given to state and local efforts to improve services for gifted and talented students. The Javits Program also funds:
University of Connecticut
2131 Hillside Road
Storrs, CT 06269-3007
Tel. 860 486 4676
A nationwide cooperative of researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and others. Conducts research into aspects of giftedness and disseminates information to practitioners, parents, policy-makers and other researchers.
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