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The mission of the Alabama Association for Gifted Children is to provide advocacy leadership, and support to assist educators, parents, and community partners in meeting the educational and affective needs of gifted children and youth in Alabama.

Job Opening

Alabama Association for Gifted Children

Executive Director Position

The Alabama Association for Gifted Children (AAGC), a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to support and advocate for gifted children and youth, their families, and educators in Alabama, is seeking to hire an Executive Director for a remote part-time position. 

You may view the job description here.  Application and inquries should be made to alabamagifted@gmail.com

Online application may be seen here - https://forms.gle/95t1fBFtZMDNsATJ6 and in addition, do send a resume to alabamagifted@gmail.com


We are thrilled to announce that Governor Ivey has signed the Alabama Education Trust Fund (ETF) Budget, which includes a fantastic $2 million increase for gifted programs!

This significant increase is a direct result of the tireless advocacy efforts of many dedicated individuals, and we want to express our sincere gratitude to each and every one of you who played a role. Also, we would like to thank our supportive legislators and our Governor for seeing the need for an increase.

What this means for gifted students: Funding for gifted programs will jump from $10,350,000 to $12,350,000 for the 2024-2025 school year. This increase includes a $1,425,000 grant program dedicated to gifted programs

How to find more information: You can view the entire ETF document, where gifted program allocations are listed under line item 271, at Alabama Legislature Website. (https://alison.legislature.state.al.us/.../ETF_FY_2025...)

Looking ahead: While this is a tremendous step forward, our fight for full funding for gifted education continues. We encourage you to keep advocating for our gifted students!

Thank you!

Gifted advocacy takes a year-round effort.   We made great strides this last legislative year but we are far from the much needed funds to make full-funding a reality.  Share what is happening in your classroom on all your social media outlets.  Reach out to your elected officials.  Until gifted education is fully funded, we will continue striving for that goal!  Go here, to find out what you can do!




AAGC is pleased to announce two monthly podcasts.  Have you listened yet?


 AAGC Gifted Chat Podcast  is a 15-20 minute conversation with leaders in the field of gifted discussing topics important to them. Then after you listen to the podcast, join the conversation on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/AAGCGiftedChat. Each Gifted Chat episode will have a separate post on FB with questions to continue the conversation and share ideas and resources.



Think Like a....where we will explore different professions to see what it takes to be successful.  We hope you will join us each month to listen to a conversation with a professional in a career.  We will learn what skills are required to be successful and education requirements, and what you really do in this career.

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Birmingham, AL 35259

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