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NAGC and WAETAG are urging you to please contact your Members of Congress this week and ask them to sign the “Dear Colleague” letters in support of the Jacob Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act that are being circulated…

HB 1611 is headed to the House floor for debate and passage!  This bill will require districts to have more equitable identification practices and OSPI to have more transparency in data recording. We know that students from marginalized communities won’t…

How might legislation for gifted education look different if even 25% of legislators had spent time with an accomplished gifted education teacher? How might their direct classroom and school experience inform and enrich gifted education policy, discussions, and decisions? How…

Dr. Stambaugh is the new Margo Long Endowed Chair in Gifted Education and professor in graduate studies at Whitworth University. If you have worked in gifted education, you have likely used or seen her curriculum books for educators and students: …

As 2021 came to a close, my family was huddled around the kitchen table, playing a family favorite, Hues and Cues.  The premise of Hues and Cues is to describe one of 480 colors without using the name of primary…

Escape rooms, sometimes called breakout rooms or escape chambers, can be a fun and engaging way to have students interact with content while using critical thinking. An even better way to amp it up is to have students create their…

A recent study critical of gifted education from Vanderbilt University has the potential to greatly impact students across our nation.
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