Question: What's the scoop on identifying and serving twice-exceptional homeschooled TAG students?
By Margaret DeLacy, Ph.D.
Written by Judy Smith
A common question we receive is how to get your student tested to see if they are TAG. There are several possibilities you can try. This article can provide guidance.
Over the past few months, the Directors of the Oregon Association for Talented and Gifted have spent considerable time and effort in overhauling the structure and philosophy of our organization.
OATAG was created in the 1980's. Since that time society has evolved considerably. Social media and the internet now play prominent roles in the lives of most, if not all, Oregonians. It was time for OATAG to evolve and change, and evolve and change we did. The foundation for this change was a complete and total overhaul of the bylaws, which were edited and revised to reflect the changing priorities of twenty-first century families.
There are many new and exciting things to expect in the coming months as OATAG implements this new vision. Here is a partial list of those changes:
Even though OATAG no longer publishes A Different Drummer, our archives may have articles of interest to you. To view those archives of The Drummer, click the OATAG Drive button in the sidebar.
OATAG advocates for the needs of talented and gifted children, serves as a resource for families, educators, and communities, and provides direction for excellence in education.
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