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It is with great sadness that we share that Dr. Marcia Gentry passed away on August 31. We will all feel the impact of this momentous loss. Dr. Gentry was Professor of Gifted, Talented, and Creative Studies in the Department of Educational Studies, and Director of the Gifted Education Research and Resource Institute (GER2I) at Purdue University and a well-respected member of the gifted community. Her death is a great loss for all those who knew her. We offer our greatest sympathy to all who are impacted by this tragedy.
Congratulations to the 2022 TAGT Laura Allard Future Vision Scholarship Recipients, Evan Hsiang and Martin Quintana. Congratulations also to the TAGT Adelle McClendon Young Leader Scholarship Recipient, Kate Carline! Read more about the scholarshp recipients here.
As part of TEA's regular TAC rule review and as required by Texas law, Chapter 89: Adaptations for Special Populations is currently open for review and public comment. TAGT members and supporters are encouraged to make public comment through this form in support of preserving Chapter 89, Subchapter A, Gifted/Talented Education by April 1, 2022. Find the code, review information, and more here.