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As required by the passage of HB14-1102 last year, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) is recommending changes to the Rules for the Administration of the Exceptional Children’s Educational Act (ECEA) pertaining to Gifted Education. Administrative rules provide an administrative framework and clarity for schools and districts as they provide services. The Colorado State Board of Education is responsible for approving and implementing such Rules.


Each year the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented (CAGT) asks the Colorado GT community to share how parents, educators, administrators and others have made a difference in the lives of gifted children by making nominations to the CAGT Leadership Awards program. At the annual conference, CAGT then recognizes individuals who have exemplified leadership in a number of roles. It was an inspiration to hear about the wonderful things that the award winners have done to raise awareness about GT concerns and to support gifted children. In case you missed seeing these awards presented at the conference, here is a little more about these Colorado GT leaders. Their efforts are positive examples for us all!


This year’s CAGT conference theme was The Many Faces of Gifted.  The focus was on the uniqueness of each gifted child. There was so much to learn and participate in at the CAGT conference.  In addition to the wonderful keynote speakers, over eighty breakout sessions were offered.


The Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented (CAGT) will hold its annual state conference on Monday, October 20 and Tuesday October 21, 2014 at the Marriott Denver Tech Center, 4900 S. Syracuse Street in Denver, Colorado. CAGT’s Parent Institute will be held on the evening of Monday, October 20. On Tuesday morning, October 21, CAGT and the Colorado Department of Education will co-sponsor the annual Leadership Forum. The theme for this year’s conference and its related events is The Many Faces of Gifted, acknowledging that each gifted child is different and comes from a unique background.




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