List of gifted and talented programmes
List of gifted and talented programs is a list of gifted education programs located all across the world.
- 1 Africa
- 2 Asia
- 3 Europe
- 4 North America
- 5 Pacific Ocean
- 6 South America
- 7 References
- The Federal Government Academy, located in Niger State, Nigeria, also known as the Suleja Academy, founded in 1986.
- The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, located in Shatin, Hong Kong, also known as the HKAGE, founded in 2007.
- The National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents, located in multiple districts of Iran, founded in 1976.
- The Jubille School, located in Amman, Jordan, also known as The Jubilee Institute, founded in 1993.
- The King's Academy, located in Madaba-Manja, Jordan, founded in 2007.
Republic of Korea
- The Daegu Science High School, located in Daegu, South Korea, founded in 1988.
- The Gyeonggi Science High School, located in Suwon, South Korea, founded in 1983.
- The Korea Science Academy of KAIST, located in Busan, South Korea, founded in 1991.
- The KAIST, located in Daejeon, South Korea, also known as the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, founded in 1971.
- The Seoul Science High School for Gifted Students, located in Seoul, South Korea, founded in 1989.
- Mentiqa schools
Republic of Ireland
- Mentiqa-school at Slottsfjellskolen, Tønsberg, County of Vestfold (Awaiting approval from The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training)
- Choice School for the Gifted and Exceptional
- MACC (Multi Age Cluster Class)
- University Transition Program
- Academy for Gifted Children
- Cedarview Middle School
- Lorne Park Secondary School
- Martingrove Collegiate Institute
- The Woodlands School
- Woburn Collegiate Institute
As of 2002, only 37 US states have laws requiring that some services be made available for the gifted. Of these, approximately 28 require that the services must be adequate to meet to the educational needs of every gifted student. There is one federal law with respect to gifted education. The Jacob K. Javits Gifted & Talented Student Education Act of 1988 was renewed as part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act in 1994 and as part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
- Education Program for Gifted Youth, Stanford University
- Early Entrance Program, Los Angeles, California
- Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
- MCP Middle and High School, Santa Cruz, California
- Jewish High School of Connecticut Gifted Program
- Office of Academic Enhancement, Chicago Public Schools
- Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University
- Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
- Center for Gifted Studies, Western Kentucky University
- Gatton Academy
- Liberal Arts Academy at Henry Clay High School
- The Anderson School
- Frederick Law Olmsted School
- Hunter College High School
- Special Music School
- Henry Viscardi School
- School for the Talented and Gifted
- Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, University of North Texas
- Texas Academy of Leadership in the Humanities, Lamar University
- Center for Gifted Education, College of William & Mary
- Program for the Exceptionally Gifted, Mary Baldwin University
New South Wales
- Gifted Education Research, Resource and Information Centre (GERRIC), The University of New South Wales
- Selective school: Government high schools where students are admitted based on academic merit.
- Gifted and Talented Program, Macquarie University
- University of New England - gifted programs at undergraduate, Masters level, Graduate Certificate and Research at PhD and Doctoral level (online).
- Queensland Association for Gifted and Talented Children
- Ignite programme, Department of Education and Children's Services
- Australian Science and Mathematics School
- Philippine Science High School (various campuses)
- Regional Science High School (various campuses)
- ESEP High Schools (various public or private science high schools)
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- "Queensland Association for Gifted and Talented Children". Retrieved 3 February 2017.