Advocating for appropriate education of the gifted and talented of Massachusetts


Committed to Gifted Education for 40 Years!

     The mission of MAGE is to support and advance the understanding of gifted children and their special needs, to promote the establishment of programs, services and opportunities for gifted students, and to encourage the exchange of information pertaining to gifted individuals among educators, parents, policy-makers and students on the national, state and local level.
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Coming Soon!

A Quilt for Their Talents

February 9, 2017

An event presented in cooperation with the Arlington Parents Forum

at the Ottoson Middle School in Arlington

7:00 - 8:30 pm


Do you know an educator who inspires bright, curious, creative, or talented students?

Someone who sparks their imagination, serves as a mentor, runs or supports a program, or champions them?

Nominate her/him for



Check out our new Parent Page!

A place to turn for

Information and Resources


Now Accepting Applications for the 2017 Nicholas Green Award!


Nicholas Green Award Winners


      Anisha Kundu     Nasiha Simmons   Matthew Parry

      Curtis Middle School   Angelo Elementary School      Sage School

          Sudbury                   Brockton            Foxborough



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Opportunities to Network and to Make a Difference for our Kids

Free and reduced registration to MAGE events

Free Access to NAGC Webinars for parents, educators & Professional Development (Members Only)


MAGE is an Associate of the

National Association for Gifted Children


NEW from NAGC!

Giftedness Knows No Boundaries Campaign

Join the movement to SEE, UNDERSTAND, TEACH, and CHALLENGE gifted and talented children from all backgrounds as they strive to achieve their personal best.

Check out and Share the Posters and Wonderful Videos at:


The High Flyer

A joint publication of NAGC and The Fordham Institute

Reflections on Gifted Education from the Olympics

by Sally Krisel


NAGC Webinars for parents, educators & Professional Development (Members Only)





DaVinci Learning Center




KITE Kaleidoscope Institute for Thinking