Ready, Set, GROW!
Please join us for this year's TAG Conference!
The 2015 TAG Conference is scheduled for
October 22-23 in Memphis, TN.
We will welcome Ian Byrd, author of the Byrdseed website and newsletter, as a Keynote speaker and leader of breakout groups.
Call for proposals!
Do you have a great idea that you'd like to share with other advocates for gifted children? Do you have a strategy that works well in the classroom that you'd like to share with other teachers of the gifted? Do you have information that you think the members of TAG should know about? Have you ever attended a session at a conference and thought, "I could do this?" Would you like to lead a breakout session at the TAG 2015 conference?
We need YOU to help make our conference great!
If you would like to be a presenter at the 2015 TAG Conference,
please submit your ideas here.
TAG is looking for dynamic individuals that would like to present in a breakout setting at the 2015 TAG conference.
**Proposals submitted by July 31, 2015 will be eligible for a discounted conference attendance rate.
We look forward to hearing from you!
2015 TAG Conference Awards
TAG members may nominate deserving individuals for awards here.
Honorees will be announced at the TAG Annual Conference in Memphis, October 22-23.
The 2015 TAG conference will be held at the
939 RIDGE LAKE BOULEVARD, MEMPHIS,TN 38120
Reservations can be made by calling 901-684-6664.
**Use the code TAGTN15 for our special reservation rate.
**More information to come as conference plans are made--check your e-mail for updates!
The TALENT Act expands the education debate by focusing on gifted, high-ability students—particularly those from low-income or minority backgrounds—who have been overshadowed in a U.S. educational system that focuses on its struggling, low-achieving students.
How You Can Help
Urge Our TN Senators to Co-Sponsor the TALENT Act by emailing or calling their offices asking for their support.