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  • Part of an incredible network here in NC for AIG Some legislation since 1961, Article 9B 1996 identify and serve, not all states do! Top three states for funding, never enough – but we are grateful for the support, even in these hard times the legislature has maintained this; does not include local monies, like the extra funds Durham provides. Standards allow LEAs local flexilibity ti respond to their own needs within a statewide framework – and have of course guided our plan reviews! DPS – partnership with Duke, strong history of support for professional development, I actually earned y license through support from DPS when I taught here at Fview.
  • To remember that an AIG learner is not just AIG for an hour a day but all day! With their academic, intellectual social and emotional needs.
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  • State of our State 2010 East Carolina University 4 rd Annual AIG Conference Sneha Shah-Coltrane NC DPI, State Consultant for Academically/Intellectually Gifted
  • NC, a Leader in Gifted Education
    • State Legislation, Article 9B
    • Funding, $69 million in state funds, also local
    • SBE’s NC AIG Program Standards, new policies
    • Institutes of Higher Education
    • Professional organizations
    • LEAs
    • Families, ~170,000 Students (12% NC)
    • And YOU!
  • Re-visioning of Local AIG Plans and Programs
    • Newly developed plans have been approved by LBEs and sent to DPI.
    • Desk Reviews are being completed now. Evidence-based reviews in 2012.
    • These plans are for 2010-2013.
    • Next plan due Summer 2013.
    • Synergize our work!
  • You are the key to synergy! AIG LEARNERS COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMMING PERSONNEL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTIATED CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION PARTNERSHIPS ACCOUNTABILITY STUDENT IDENTIFICATION
  • Local AIG Plans are in for review! MOST COMMON FOCUSED AREAS : Practice within each standard % of LEAs Marked as Focused Standard 1, Practice A 67% of LEAs Standard 3, Practice C 63% of LEAs Standard 6, Practice H 56% of LEAs Standard 4, Practice D 56% of LEAs Standard 6, Practice D 53% of LEAs Standard 6, Practice G 52% of LEAs Standard 4, Practice E 51% of LEAs Standard 5, Practice B 49% of LEAs Standard 2, Practice G 49% of LEAs
  • NC AIG Child Count 2010 Up ~8,000 students since last year NC DPI AIG CHILD COUNT 2010     Students Enrolled as of April 1, 2010 Total NC Students Females Males 1389930 679824 710106 Total AIG Students Females Males 169087 86206 82881 Percent of Total Students Identified as AIG     12.17% Percent of Females Identified as AIG     12.68% Percent of Males Identified as AIG     12.19%
  • NC AIG Child Count 2010 cont’ Total NC Students Enrolled by Ethnicity Gender Asian Black Hisp Multi Native Amer White Grand Total Female 17178 184799 75128 27751 9922 365046 679824 Male 17114 189123 78567 27650 10304 387348 710106 Enrollment Total 34292 373922 153695 55401 20226 752394 1389930 Total AIG Students by Ethnicity Gender Asian Black Hisp Multi Native Amer White Grand Total Female 3968 10456 3167 2886 746 64983 86206 Male 3876 7956 3492 2639 616 64302 82881 AIG Totals 7844 18412 6659 5525 1362 129285 169087 Percent of Ethnicity Identified as AIG Gender Asian Black Hisp Multi Native Amer White Total Percent Female 23.10% 5.66% 4.22% 10.40% 7.52% 17.80% 12.68% Male 22.65% 4.21% 4.44% 9.54% 5.98% 16.60% 11.67% Percent 22.87% 4.93% 4.33% 9.97% 6.75% 17.20% 12.18%
  • NC RttT: A Coherent Plan for Statewide Impact ~$4 billion
  • I challenge you…
    • To practice what you learn and know. Be purposeful and intentional.
    • To connect AIG within the school and LEA.
    • To advocate for AIG learners and needs.
    • To lead and encourage others.
    • To support your AIG students and families.
  • Our ultimate goal…
    • Better meet the academic, intellectual, social and emotional needs of gifted learners.
    • Optimally develop AIG students’ potential.
    • Thank you
  • We must synergize our efforts to ensure that the potential of all AIG learners is optimized! Sneha Shah-Coltrane, AIG State Consultant NC Department of Public Instruction Academic Services and Instructional Support 6307 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-6307 (919) 807-3849 [email_address] Please email or jot down any questions you may have..