Welcome to The Association for the Gifted (TAG) Webpage! We are happy that you have found us and hope you will take some time to browse through our newsletters and other materials. TAG is a vibrant organization of diverse individuals who make a difference in the lives of students with gifts and talents on a daily basis. If these characteristics describe you, please join us! We are always looking for members who want to actively participate in our work to provide the voice and vision for gifted education.

The Latest from CEC-TAG

The primary purpose of this organization shall be to promote the welfare and education of children and youth with gifts, talents, and/or high potential.

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  • 2016 Call for Board Members

    It is time to elect new board members and officers!  TAG is a vibrant organization that works on behalf of gifted children and has a strong focus on diversity. This election will include president-elect and two members at large. October 1 will be the deadline for notifying Julia Link Roberts (as past-president and chair of […]

  • First Issue of EDGE (Excellence and Diversity in Gifted Education) Posted

    We are excited to make available the inaugural issue of EDGE, an interactive, online journal designed specifically for teachers, paraprofessionals, and other practitioners working with diverse student populations of high ability. These populations include students who are twice- exceptional, ethnically or linguistically diverse, LBGTQ, and from varying socioeconomic strata. Articles are grounded in current evidence-based practices. We want to share this […]

  • Gifted Issue of Teaching Exceptional Children

    The latest issue of CEC’s Teaching Exceptional Children is totally devoted to gifted education. Articles include Common Core State Standards for Students with Gifts and Talents, Measuring the Outliers: An Introduction to Out-of-Level Testing with High-Achieving Students,  Meeting the Linguistic Needs of High-Potential English Language Learners: What Teachers Need to Know, and Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding, Recognizing, and Working with Twice-Exceptional […]