What Can I Do?

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If you are a parent just recognizing that your child might learn differently than his or her peers, a transplant to Connecticut needing to navigate your new state's gifted education landscape, or even a seasoned school-district veteran deciding it's time to do something more for your kids, you've already taken the first, most-important step towards meeting your children's unique educational, affective, and social/emotional needs by seeking information and help.  CAG's goal is to provide you resources and guidance to help make education—and life—better for your gifted child.  Advocating for your gifted son or daughter is a process that takes time, but there are some things you can do as you begin your journey into the world of gifted education:

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