For The Kids: Black-Owned School Provides A Safe Learning Environment For Gifted Children


Black-Owned Academy In Georgia Helps Gifted Children

One Black-owned academy in Marietta, Georgia is setting the standard on learning for gifted kids according to Blavity:

Claire Anderson founded AGA in 2012 after recognizing that her son, Caleb, was extremely advanced for his age. The former school teacher taught her child sign language and how to read at the age of eight months —and by 18 months, he was in the first grade at the now closed Shreiner Elementary. Fast forward to the present and Caleb is a 7-year-old fifth grader with an IQ of more than 140.

Atlanta Gifted Academy distinguishes itself from other schools with an impressive curriculum, one that offers a ‘personalized learning plan’ for every student, matching their abilities, strengths and interests. Students are taught in S.T.E.M, learn Spanish and Mandarin and also have access to music lessons among other services not available at many traditional…

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