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 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

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

GT Resources 2020 – In an effort to support parents, educators, and G/T students during school disruptions due to COVID-19, the KAGE Board has been collecting G/T-related educational resources to share with our members and followers. Check it out. 

KAGE Members Only page –  The members-only webpage has handouts and presentations from past conferences and workshops, KAGE newsletters that can be downloaded, videos, and more. Contact KAGE for your password. 

Kentucky Department of Education – Gifted and Talented

Gifted and Talented Assurances:

Gifted and Talented Regulations: 704 KAR 3:285. Programs for the gifted and talented.

National Association for Gifted Education (NAGC) 

  • 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



PODCASTS   – Watch for Conference 2021 Podcasts coming soon


last updated 09/18/2020

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