KAGE conference set, proposals sought

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Join the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE) for two days of national and state expert speakers, learning activities and networking opportunities as the group celebrates 39 years of advocating for Kentucky’s gifted children.

The conference is scheduled for Feb. 25-26 in Lexington. Brian Housand, a nationally recognized research expert in how technology can enhance the learning environment and how to define creative productive giftedness in a digital age, will be one of the featured presenters.

The deadline to submit proposals to present at the KAGE Conference 2019 is Nov. 21. Visit the KAGE website to submit a proposal or learn more about the conference.

Check out the KAGE calendar of events for all the upcoming workshops and other activities to support educators, administrators, parents and students in gifted education.

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