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AIG Licensure

016448ddf0b0017a84a689adc4f68437Licensure to teach academically gifted students (K-12) is an add-on program requiring four courses (12 credit hours) which addresses the specific needs and characteristics of the gifted, trends and issues in gifted education and strategies for differentiating instruction for accelerated learners.

This licensure program is offered to teachers currently holding a N.C. teaching license as well as current undergraduate students pursuing an initial license through the School of Education.

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