TAGT Partners

Partners in Gifted Education

Our Partners in Gifted Education 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 Partners in Gifted Education!


GT ID System | The GT Identification System features a dashboard that allows you to manage every child’s portfolio in a FERPA-compliant online system where administrators, coordinators, teachers, and parents are always aware of their student’s progress in the gifted identification process




 
J Taylor Education​ | Publishes best-selling Depth & Complexity products and provides meaningful, practical professional development that empowers educators to use the Depth & Complexity Framework.

 
Knowsys Educational Services LLC | Offers college-readiness curriculum to help students excel on the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and TSI exams and more.  



Pearson | At Pearson, we are devoted to creating effective, accessible solutions that provide boundless opportunities for learners at every stage of the learning journey.


Project Education | Project Education is the leading provider of comprehensive educational software solutions to help school districts manage and track student data.



Renzulli Learning | Renzulli Learning delivers a personalized learning environment for students in grades Pre-K through 12, providing opportunities for equity, innovation, and creativity. Renzulli Learning enables teachers to differentiate instruction, increase motivation and personalize talent development for each student, providing the tools and resources to increase engagement and achievement with our student led Project Based Learning (PBL) platform that unpacks the abilities in all children. Learn more: renzullilearning.com


 

Riverside Insights |  ​At 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 www.riversideinsights.com today. 

 
thinkLaw​ | Helps educators teach critical thinking using real-life legal cases. It’s time for a critical thinking revolution!


Cooperative Partners

TAGT is proud to work in cooperation with multiple other state and national organizations to promote advocacy and awareness of gifted and talented students and their advanced learning needs in Texas and beyond. Organizations interested in partnering with TAGT for professional learning, awareness of gifted education, content, and other opportunities may contact Lacy Compton for more information.


Association of Texas Professional Educators | Founded in 1980 by educators for educators, ATPE is the leading educators’ association in Texas. ATPE exists to serve the needs of Texas teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators and all public education employees and fights for our schools on the local, state and national levels. We represent the priorities defined by our members—working educators who are passionate about Texas public schools. Learn more at atpe.org.


Texas Computer Education Association | TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a global, nonprofit, member-based organization. We support the use of technology in education. Founded in 1980, TCEA has been playing a vital role in increasing technology funding and access for PreK-16 schools for nearly 40 years. Our 57,000-member association is led by a grassroots board of directors—all professional educators. TCEA’s resources support educators in the field who are enhancing curriculum with digital tools. Learn more at https://tcea.org/.


 

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 & Partnerships Director, at lacy@txgifted.org.