Question: My 9 year old suddenly announced that she was a vegetarian. This came as a complete surprise to me. Is this common in gifted families?
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.
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OATAG awards one outstanding Oregon student the OATAG Young Scholars Award. The OATAG Young Scholars Award is designed to recognize excellence in young children. The award, which includes a certificate and up to a $500 scholarship for a summer program, is awarded each school year. Potential award recipients are students in grades 4 through 8 who have achieved excellence in one of the following areas of endeavor: leadership, visual/performing arts, or academic achievement. A student may be recommended by a teacher, parent, or civic/religious leader.
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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