Partners in Gifted Education

Our partners play an important role in the funding of our mission to connect and empower educators and parents to meet the unique needs of gifted individuals. Together we are working to improve the learning environment for gifted students by providing access to the tools and resources relevant to our stakeholders. Thank you to our top partners:
Pearson | At Pearson, we are devoted to creating effective, accessible solutions that provide boundless opportunities for learners at every stage of the learning journey.

Prufrock Press | For more than 25 years, teachers, parents, and kids have looked to Prufrock Press for exciting, informative learning resources designed for gifted, advanced, and special needs learners.

Riverside Insights |  ‚ÄčAt Riverside Insights, we share your commitment to helping individuals elevate their cognitive and learning potential.  That’s why we offer a proven portfolio of trusted and precise assessments, such as the Iowa Assessments™, Woodcock-Johnson®, and CogAT®, that provides the clarity and perspective needed to create a meaningful impact. Visit today. 

TeamQuest by Adventures in Learning Adventures in Learning, LLC, is home to Team Quest: The Ultimate Academic Challenge, Hands-on Field Trip, and Summer Scholars Camp. We offer programs focusing on bilingual education, early childhood, Gifted and Talented, special education materials. We serve both parents and educators - let our programs serve you! 

Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth | Vanderbilt PTY supports gifted students, their families, and educators by leading professional development conferences and workshops, writing and publishing curriculum, and hosting accelerated academic day and residential programs for K-12 students.

Interested in Partnering With TAGT?
Company support of our programs and events enhances the educational experiences and resources provided to teachers and parents, and ensures that gifted students will have the opportunity to reach their full and unique potential. To learn more about how your organization can get involved, please contact Lacy Compton, Professional Learning & Communications Manager, at