Governor Proclaims October 22, 2015 Gifted Education and Talent Development Day

(Westport, CT): Governor Dannel Malloy declares October 22nd Gifted Education and Talent Development Day to support The Connecticut Association for the Gifted's (CAG) hosting of the New England Conference on Gifted Education and Talent Development (NECGT), October 22-24, 2015 in Cromwell CT. This annual conference is designed for everyone involved with educating high potential students: parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, psychologists, and policy makers. Join the leading thought contributors to stimulate your thinking and inspire your successful actions. You'll interact with parents and educators like you, learn from the leading experts, and gain resources and tools.

Per Governor Malloy's proclamation, "I commend the work of all participants for their dedication to providing Connecticut's students with the best opportunities available to them, and for enriching the overall quality of education in our State". If you want to help students reach their full potential, attend the NECGT conference.

Take advantage of up to 52% savings on 4 discounted Family and Parents Packages, including hotel accommodations and a children's program. Click here for registration and details. For questions about the conference contact necgt2015@ctgifted.org, or 203-968-8033 or visit www.ctgifted.org.

About the Connecticut Association for the Gifted (CAG)

The Connecticut Association for the Gifted, founded in 1969, is the pre-eminent parent, teacher, and school resource and legislative advocate for Connecticut's gifted and talented students. CAG provides parents with information and resources to benefit their talented children, educators with high quality professional development, and Boards of Education with the tools to support talented students. Our highly acclaimed Minds in Motion™ programs engage hundreds of Connecticut students in high interest, interactive courses which stimulate learning. CAG meets with legislators to advocate for legislation to provide high ability students with challenging curriculum. Visit www.ctgifted.org for more information.

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