CAG Features Heavy Dose of 2e Education

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Twice-exceptional education once again was prominent on the agenda at the annual California Association for the Gifted conference.

This year’s event, which took place Feb. 21–23, featured 17 different sessions focusing on various aspects of twice-exceptionality. In total, 1,200 educators, advocates, professionals, and parents attended the conference. It was a record year for parent attendance, said CAG Executive Director Dr. Julia Nyberg.

The conference kicked off on Friday with Dr. Richard Cash sharing his personal journey through gifted education, which was followed by a panel — light-heartedly dubbed the “best panel ever” — featuring Nyberg and Drs. Sandra Kaplan, Frank Worrell, Susan Baum, Kim McComas, and R...


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