KAGE Virtual Conference 2021
The world of virtual learning and virtual conferences presents many possibilities for creativity and change. We look forward to bringing you an informative and rewarding KAGE 2021 Virtual Conference. While we will miss seeing everyone in person, we are excited about the expanded reach, flexibility, and possibilities that a virtual conference offers. With the 2021 virtual format you will be able to attend sessions with expert state and national presenters, visit vendors, and still learn, share, and network – from the comfort of your classroom, office, or your sofa at home. Keep watching for more information about how you can participate in KAGE Virtual Conference 2021! PD AND EILA CREDIT AVAILABLE
Dr. Joseph Renzulli
Dr. Joy Lawson Davis
Dr. Joy Lawson Davis is a career educator with over 40 years of experience as a teacher, administrator, writer, researcher & consultant to schools nationwide. Equity in education and gifted education are her areas of special expertise. She has published numerous articles, technical reports, and book chapters and is author of three books, including the award-winning book: Bright, Talented, and Black: A Guide for Families of African American Gifted Learners. Read more
Mr. Seale is a critical thinking expert, achievement-gap closing educator, child welfare reformer, rigorous education-for-all advocate, and former attorney who is founder/CEO of thinkLaw—an award-winning program that helps educators teach critical thinking to all students using real-life legal cases and other Socratic and powerful inquiry strategies. Learn more at
Registration will be open soon.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Sponsors and Exhibitors are an important part of the conference experience. This is a great way to showcase your products and services to gifted educators and administrators from across Kentucky and neighboring states.
Watch for more information coming soon.
- Service & Advocacy Awards
- KAGE Distinguished Student Award
- Possible Funding Source
Last updated 12/10/2020