The Gifted and Talented Coordinator will establish and lead Friendship’s PK-12 Gifted Program. Through the implementation of best practices, this position ensures the delivery of high quality instructional programming for students, comprehensive PD for teachers and supports for families. The successful candidate for this position will be adept at providing identified students with appropriate learning experiences that develop potential and lead to advanced academic achievement. The Coordinator will work in collaboration with administrators, teachers and families to ensure robust services through staff development, instructional planning, classroom support and home connections.
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