Welcome to the Greater Los Angeles Gifted Children's Association (GLA-GCA)
Proud Sponsor of the LAUSD Saturday Conservatory of Fine Arts
Our purpose is to provide educators, parents, and the community with professional development, activities and events for meeting the academic and social-emotional needs of gifted and high ability students.
47th Annual City/County Conference on Gifted Education
Date: Saturday, May 1, 2021
A New Hope
Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/47thGATEConference
For registration questions, please contact Dr. Nicole Niederdeppe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 7:40 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Confirmed Speakers: Dr. Adolph Brown, Dr. Tyrone Howard, Dr. Rachel McAnallen, Dr. Eugenia Mora-Flores, Dr. Kathie Nunley, Dr. Marcia Tate, Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson, and Lisa Van Gemert
LAUSD educators may earn up to 8 GATE Professional Development Hours with Optional Assignment.
Photos from the 45th Annual Los Angeles City/County Conference on Gifted Education:
Greater Los Angeles Gifted Children’s Association (GLA-GCA) is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Photo/Video Release Policy
Registration for and participation in the Institute constitutes an agreement by the registrant to permit LAUSD Gifted/Talented Programs and the Greater Los Angeles Gifted Children’s Association (GLA-GCA) to reproduce through printed, audio, visual, or electronic means, activities in which registrants have participated in during the Institute. This authorization will enable us to use specially prepared materials to (1) train teachers and/or (2) increase public awareness and promote continuation and improvement of education/professional development programs through the use of mass media, displays, brochures, websites, etc. You will not be compensated for the use of these electronic reproductions.
The Greater Los Angeles Gifted Children’s Association (GLA-GCA) is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to gifted education. One of the main purposes of the organization is to provide training opportunities in the form of an annual City/County Conference in Los Angeles with partners including the Los Angeles Unified School District. All conference proceeds are reinvested each year into the conference for the following year. By attending the Annual Gifted Conference you are supporting continued gifted professional development.