Gifted education is the topic of a two-day gathering in Springfield among Missouri teachers and parents. KSMU’s Anna Thomas has more about the conference at Drury University, which began this morning.
Conducted by the Gifted Association of Missouri, or GAM, the organization works with students who it refers to as having unusual potential.
Robin Lady is the executive vice president.
“Our purpose is to support gifted education programs, teachers, parents, stakeholders, community, but most of all, gifted kids,” Lady said.