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School children in the science class 

A gifted and talented student is identified as, “…having outstanding talent and performing, or showing the potential for performing at remarkably high levels of accomplishment when compared with other students."


2017 RAMS GT Summer Center for Chesapeake Bay Ecosystems Research at the UMCES Horn Point Laboratories


MSDE GT Summer Centers News Release



If a student has been formally identified as gifted and or talented, information and additional resources should be sought from your local school or school system by contacting the Office of Gifted and Talented/Advanced Instruction in your jurisdiction. Links to additional information about giftedness and programming for the gifted can be found in the right-hand column of this page.


GIFTEDNESS KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES

The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) organized the Giftedness Knows No Boundaries Campaign. National education organizations and individuals interested in promoting equity and excellence in our Nation's homes, schools, and communities can support the campaign by actively promoting and sharing key information about the nature and needs of gifted children amongst others in their networks. The Campaign begins with awareness building about children with gifts and talents and will grow into a movement to improve policies and practices that create supportive environments where these children can thrive.

lease visit www.GiftednessKnowsNoBoundaries.org often as NAGC will regularly update the site with new resources and information.


Do you know the gifted learners in Baltimore City?


Maryland Educators of Gifted Students
2017 Dinner Highlights

 Julie Skolnick, Director of With Understanding Comes Calm, LLC, enlightens Maryland educators about the plight of Twice Exceptional (2e) students (gifted and talented students with one or more learning difficulties/disabilities/differences). Attendees were also treated to a viewing of the award-winning film "2e: Twice Exceptional - Gifted Children with Learning Disabilities."


2017 MEGGY Award Winners 
Presented by Maryland Educators of Gifted Students



2017 Maryland GT Awards & Reception Highlights

2017 Outstanding Student Awardees



Old Mill HS Steel Drum Band 
Performing at the 2017 Maryland GT Awards


Great Article Highlighting the Montgomery County Public Schools Gifted and Talented Education Program



For more information, please contact:
Dr. Bruce D. Riegel
Lead Specialist for Gifted and Talented Education
Maryland State Department of Education
200 W. Baltimore Street, 5th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201-2595
Phone: 410-767-0527 Fax: 410-333-1146
email: bruce.riegel@maryland.gov

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Excellence in Gifted & Talented Education (EGATE) Schools


MSDE Approved Graduate and Certificate Programs in GT Education


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