Advocating for appropriate education of the gifted and talented of Massachusetts
MAGE parents presented at the MA Board of Education meeting in Malden on March 28th
By telling their personal stories, MAGE parents informed DESE board members about the unmet educational needs of our Gifted and Talented children in Massachusetts.
The Boston Herald followed up with a story, which was added to the NAGC NewsSource. Many thanks to those who spoke at the Board meeting.
Our voices need to be heard!
For the full story go to:
and scroll down to Massachusetts Parents...
Thanks to All
who participated in our
2017 MAGE Conference
on April 2nd
especially our cosponsor
Boston University Academy
Photos are posted on our "Events" page.
Presentations from the conference are available on our "For Parents and Educators" web page.
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MAGE is an Associate of the
National Association for Gifted Children
NEW from NAGC!
Giftedness Knows No Boundaries Campaign
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MAGE THANKS ITS SPONSORS:
DaVinci Learning Center
KITE Kaleidoscope Institute for Thinking
Summer Institute for the Gifted
ABOUT OUR LOGO
The MAGE logo was updated in 2015 with input from the board members. The Mobius strip connotes complexity, continuity and infinity. Gifted and talented students are complex thinkers and their lives have infinite possibilities. Our goal is to provide continuity and support to all who work with these students. MAGE is embedded in Massachusetts. The bird, a sea gull, found along our coast, symbolizes our desire to give our advanced learners wings to soar.