Below are links to other resources of interest to families and educators of gifted and talented children. This list is non-comprehensive, and will be updated as often as possible. (Please note that KAGE provides these as a source of information, and does necessarily endorse any programs.)

Resources on Gifted and Talented Education

KAGE Conference 2020 –  The KAGE Conference 2020 was held February 25-26 in Lexington and was a great success.  Over 250 educators, administrators, parents, exhibitors, and others participated in two days of sharing, learning, and networking.  Many conference presenters graciously agreed to share their presentation materials (available on the members-only page HERE).

KAGE LISTSERV
KAGE has set up a LISTSERV with news of issues specific to gifted education in Kentucky, including legislative action, conferences,  workshops, scholarships, and other noteworthy events.  You will only be able to receive messages – this is not a discussion/bulletin board. To subscribe to the KAGE LISTSERV, click here.  If you have any questions about the KAGE LISTSERV, call the KAGE office at 270.745.7301, or send an email to kage@wku.edu.

KAGE FACEBOOK  – Click HERE to follow KAGE on Facebook

KAGE TWITTER – Click HERE to follow KAGE on Twitter

KAGE Update newsletter, online version (.pdf) – Available on the KAGE Members Only page, click HERE

Kentucky Department of Education – Gifted and Talented – 

National Association for Gifted Education (NAGC) 

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  • SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES/CAMPS OF INTEREST TO GIFTED CHILDREN 2019– CLICK HERE

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  • PRIMARY TALENT POOL BROCHURE (produced by the KY Advisory Council for Gifted & Talented Children): The Primary Talent Pool is a group of student who possess demonstrated or potential ability to perform at exceptionally high levels in the primary years (P1-P4; Kindergarten through Third Grade). Click HERE to download the brochure,

  • GIFTED EDUCATION MONTH IN KENTUCKY is usually designated in February, but NOW is always a good time to open positive dialogues with key decision makers, parents, local officials, and community members. To download a list of activities YOU can do in your community to increase awareness of gifted education, click HERE

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NATIONAL REPORTS OF INTEREST TO GIFTED ADVOCATES:

An Electronic Mail List for Families and Friends of the Gifted and Talented (a mailing list you can subscribe to by visiting their web site).

* – supports KAGE as an exhibitor at KAGE conferences.

last updated 08/21/2019

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