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Read our Newsletter Archives from 2005-2011 in PDF format

Fall 2005 In this Issue:

  • Mini Grants Awarded
  • Idaho Gem Award
  • State Accreditation
  • State Dept. Lending Library
  • Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl

  • Funds for Regional Meetings
  • Camp Invention
  • Internet Resources
  • Winter Edufest
  • Gifted Middle School Learners


May 2005 In this Issue:

  • Highly Gifted Jr. High
  • R. A. D. in Idaho Falls
  • State Department News
  • Idaho CEC Conference
  • Mini-grants Available

  • Gem Award Nomination
  • High School Credit Memo
  • Summer Writing Camps
  • History Day Winners


February 2006 In this Issue:

  • President’s Messages
  • State December Child Count
  • BSU gifted ed. Classes
  • Invent Idaho Competition
  • Job sharing Does Work Well

  • CEC-TAG Officers
  • NAGC Website Information
  • Teacher Prep Legislation
  • Edufest 2006
  • Edufest Registration


Fall 2006 In this Issue:

  • CEC Fall Conference
  • State Department News
  • Twice Exceptional: Aspergers
  • Javits Program in Jeopardy

  • PBJ Day GATE Program
  • ITAG funds Available
  • Web Resources
  • Nicholas Green Student Award


Winter 2007 In this Issue:

  • Summary of 2006 Activities
  • Outstanding Facilitator Linda Batie
  • Karen Grindle receives Gem Award
  • War Hawk Workshops
  • Congressional Update

  • Socratic Seminars
  • Destination ImagiNation
  • ITAG/SAGE officers
  • Edufest Institutes and Kidfest
  • Edufest Registration


Fall 2007 In this Issue:

  • CEC Fall Conference
  • State Department News
  • Idaho Future City Program

  • Congressional Update
  • Books for Gifted Readers
  • CEC-2007 NAGC Convention


Fall 2008 In this Issue:

  • Summary of 2008 Activities
  • State Department News
  • Bob Bishop receives Gem Award
  • NAGC talks to Congress
  • New ITAG/SAGE Officers

  • CEC Congressional Information
  • Mini Grant Awards
  • Conferences
  • Events
  • Winter Edufest


Spring 2009 In this Issue:

  • Fuel Cell Cars and Get Organized?
  • CEC ‘09 October Sun Valley Conference
  • State Department News
  • Memo
  • NAGC and National News

  • Think Tank for Parents
  • Impact of Gender Differences
  • PAGE Meeting
  • Edufest 2009
  • Parent and Administrator Institutes


Fall 2009 In this Issue:

  • CEC Conference– Ann Robinson
  • State Department News
  • Idaho Magazine’s Young Writers

  • GT Endorsement Information
  • Nature Nurtures
  • Academic Advocacy for Parents


Winter 2010 In this Issue:

  • St. Louis NAGC Conference Intrigues and Inspires Many
  • Biography “Magic Books” CEC –TAG and NAGC RTI Weinars
  • Books for Young Precocious Readers: Spotting the Rare Birds

  • Congressional Update State Department News
  • Gem Award CEC TAG Symposium
  • Creative Learning with Creative Lives Election Results


Spring 2010 In this Issue:

  • Thriving in a Difficult Time
  • Legislation Impacting Students
  • Services can be Provided on a No or Low Budget
  • Books for Young Precocious Readers: Spotting the Rare Birds

  • Congreational Update From NAGC
  • State Math Initiative from the Perspective of a GT Facilitator
  • ITAG Business
  • Professional Development Opportunities


Fall 2010 In this Issue:

  • From the ITAG President
  • State Department News
  • RtI and Gifted Students
  • Congressional Update—Javits
  • New ITAG Officers

  • Glimpse of the Future
  • Websites for Competitions
  • Opportunities for Kids
  • Winter Edufest


Spring 2011 In this Issue:

  • Winter Edufest 2011
  • State Department News
  • The NEW Magic Lens
  • NAGC & CEC report from Congress
  • Macaw attends CAGT Conference

  • CEC Fall Conference Information
  • Member Benefits
  • Edufest 2011
  • Edufet 2011 Keynotes
  • Edufest Registration

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