Increasing KAGE membership is a priority. This is especially important during a legislative year.

“The lifeblood of our success has been and will always be membership. Advocacy requires members who believe in opportunities for gifted and talented students. It is hard for a general to fight a war without soldiers. Also it is hard to replace attitudes of apathy and indifference with enthusiasm and support without dedicated members willing to go the extra mile.”

Dan Reeder
a past President of KAGE

How do I join KAGE?

Print the membership form then complete and return to KAGE.

Tangible benefits of membership include:

Learn more about how you can become a KAGE member!

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