Welcome to the Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented
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Gifted Plus, Serving the Whole Gifted Student will focus on the inclusiveness of gifted education and G/T student services. Information and support will be provided to educators who work with gifted students who are: Gifted and Bilingual; Gifted and an English Language Learner; Gifted and in Poverty; Gifted and Homeless; Multi-Exceptional and much more. This conference will also include a parent portion.
The TAGT Scholarship Fund is fully-funded by supporters, like you, who believe that today’s youth is the key to our future. Your donation will help to enhance the learning experience and skill development of our future leaders!
Contribute to the G/T community by getting involved with TAGT! Let us match your skills, talents and time availability with our many volunteer opportunities so you can get involved no matter how much, or how little, time you have to commit. There is a role for everyone!
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Members include parents and family of gifted students, public and private school teachers, counselors and administrators, professors and students, psychologists, therapists, authors and consultants. Members receive discounts to conferences and to purchase training products, TEMPO Journal, Pulse e-newsletter and the ability to sponsor student scholarships.
For 35 years, TAGT has provided excellent learning opportunities for professionals and parents. TAGT provides a variety of resources and offers multiple training and educational sessions for every type of member. Whether you are an educator, administrator, coordinator or parent, TAGT has an event with enriching learning opportunities for you!
Scholarships & Awards
Since 1982, TAGT has awarded over $1,000,000 in scholarships for G/T learners. TAGT recognizes excellence with the TAGT Teacher, Parent, Advocate, Administrator and Rising Star Teacher of the Gifted Awards. Legacy Book Awards honor outstanding books that have long-term potential for contributing to the success of G/T students.