Parent Support Group Information
Paying with a PO or Check?
Fill out the individual membership form or the group membership form and submit it with a copy of your PO (or PO number) to email@example.com. You may also mail in your completed form with the purchase order or check to PO Box 1918, San Antonio, TX 78297
Professional Membership ($65)
Ideal for educators, administrators, coordinators, and consultants. Become instantly connected with a vast network of G/T advocates while accessing relevant resources, tools, and discounts.
Parent Membership ($30)
Are you a parent or guardian of one (or more) of the estimated 400,000 G/T students in the state? Your involvement with TAGT is one of the most powerful ways to help guide your child while receiving the resources and support you need.
Supporter Membership ($15)
Lend your voice in support of gifted education! It takes all of us working together to truly promote the limitless possibilities represented in G/T students.
Guidance: Access essential resources to promote awareness of effective gifted education strategies and the limitless possibilities represented in G/T students. TAGT provides online learning opportunities, parent support group information, suggested reading materials and much more.
Advocacy: Commit to serve as a powerful voice for the G/T community and strengthen the benefits gifted education has in homes, classrooms and school districts. Attain legislative and policy updates focused specifically on topics affecting the gifted and talented.
Education: Highly regarded in the G/T community, TAGT offers exceptional educational opportunities. Receive valuable information and guidance through TAGT On Demand, by attending conferences or by completing professional development training. Scholarships are available for student enrichment and member training.
Leadership: Volunteer to serve! It takes all of us working together to accomplish our goals. Whether on the Board, on a committee or as part of a division, members have a variety of opportunities to make a difference.
TAGT Connect: Collaborate, share resources, ask questions and get answers with TAGT Connect, an online, virtual community. Gain access to thousands of years of experience with one click!
Community: Make valuable contacts to share advice and resources. Networking opportunities are available through conferences, committees, #gtchat Twitter forum, and much more.
News & Publications: Receive the weekly TAGT Pulse e-Newsletter, containing association news and the latest information on gifted education. Access TEMPO, the TAGT peer-reviewed journal, for information on research and best practices in the field.
Specialized Interest Groups: Enhance your membership involvement by joining a TAGT Division (Leadership, Research, Gifted Plus or Parent). Divisions are groups of members that organize around a special area or topic in the field of gifted education.