The primary purpose of the Colorado Scholarship for Diverse Talent Development is to increase and support culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students' access to talent development opportunities through teacher training.
The Colorado Scholarship is intended to support teachers working in Title I schools that are new to the field of gifted education. The opportunity provides teachers the tools for identifying and understanding the needs of underserved gifted learners. Selected candidates will attend the CAGT annual conference and participate in activities and/or presentations focusing on the fundamentals of gifted education with an emphasis on working with underserved populations. Upon completion of the program, candidates will complete a short "project" exhibiting their understanding of the issues addressed.
1. Applicant must work in a Title I School.
2. Applicant has not previously attended a CAGT conference.
3. Applicant may receive this award only once.
A completed application will include:
1. The online questions.
2. Uploaded Personal Statement.
3. Uploaded Professional Resume.
4. Two Online Recommendations.
All recommendations must be received by Monday, May 15, 2017.
Important Information: Recipients who live beyond 60 miles of the venue (Loveland) may request a hotel room (must be willing to share with another recipient of the same sex). Breakfast and lunch will be provided, not dinner.
CAGT cannot provide substitute teachers for the recipients, thus it is very important to have the support of a principal or administrator.
Colorado Scholars Program18695 Pony Express Drive #2706Parker, Colorado 80134303-520-4887
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