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"Evidence-based Best Practices in Talented and Gifted Education"
A presentation by three experts: Dr. Susan Johnsen of Baylor University, Marcy Voss, M. Ed and Monica Simonds, M.Ed, at the Texas TAG conference on Leadership, Gifted, and Equity conference, June 8-11. on gifted education strategies that have a solid research backing
"Gifted Education in the Secondary Grades"
A presentation by Luke Hurst at the Texas TAG conference on Leadership, Gifted, and Equity conference, June 8-11, discusses how a gifted coordinator worked with educators in his district to redesign their gifted education programming and instruction.
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