North Carolina Academically or Intellectually Gifted Programs. Overview for Charter Schools 2012-13 Director of Gifted Education and Advanced Programs Sneha Shah-Coltrane Sneha.ShahColtrane@dpi.nc.gov Office of Charter School Contact Cande Honeycutt. Our Purpose.
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North CarolinaAcademically or Intellectually Gifted Programs
Overview for Charter Schools
Director of Gifted Education and Advanced Programs
Office of Charter School Contact
Please note that these standards that indicate best practices for the most effective programs, as adopted by SBE.
…Failure to help gifted children reach their potential is a societal tragedy, the extent of which is difficult to measure but is surely great. How can we measure the loss of the sonata unwritten, the curative drug undiscovered, the absence of political insight? They are the difference between what we are and what we could be as a society.James J. Gallagher, Ph.D. Senior Scientist Emeritus, FPG CDC, UNC-CH