Welcome to the Iowa Talented and Gifted Association
On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at Iowa Wesleyan College, Iowa professionals interested in promoting the education of Iowa students will meet with selected gifted and talented students at a conference designed to bridge today’s dreams with tomorrow’s possibilities. Please visit our Young Scholar’s Conference page for more information and to register.
Act now to register for SENG Model Parent Group training, held April 24 and 25, 2014 at the ITAG Office, 200 W 2nd Avenue, Indianola, Iowa 50125. Relicensure credit is available for participants. Please read more about the training below. Please click here for the flyer and additional information. Register now at: https://2014springsengtraining.eventbrite.com.
Please click here to view Linda Moehring’s final President’s message.
Current ITAG Newsletter
Please visit the newsletter page to obtain your most recent issue of the ITAG newsletter.
Award Nomination forms
Please visit the Administrators’ page to obtain the Distinguished Service Award, the Administrator Award form, and the ITAG Research Award Grant form.
2013 Award Winners
Nicole Herdich, principal of Central Lee Elementary awarded ITAG’s 2013 Administrator of the Year. Please click here to read the press release.
Congressman Tom Latham is awarded ITAG’s 2013 Distinguished Service Award. Please click here to view Tom Latham’s full biography.
Iowa Talented and Gifted Mission Statement
The mission of the Iowa Talented and Gifted Assocation is to recognize, support, and respect the unique and diverse needs of talented and gifted learners through
by encouraging informed educational professionals, parents, policy makers, and all other stakeholders to take appropiate action for the benefit of talented and gifted learners.
by stregthening and encouraging the recognition and implementation of practices that support identification of talented and gifted learners and accommodation of the social, emotional, and intellectual levels.
by increasing opportunities for collaboration and cooperation among all stakeholders with the goal of advancing the abilities and developing the potential of talented and gifted learners.