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The Leadership Challenge

A Guidebook for Administrators

Administrators in today's busy schools must serve with a multitude of responsibilities. This guide book is designed to outline the basic requirements of the California Recommended Standards for Gifted and Talented Education Programs (adopted by the State Board of Education, 2001), and assist in meeting those requirements with particular attention to the administrative role that you play within your district. (Copyright 2008 California Association for the Gifted)


Meeting the Challenge Third Edition

A Guidebook for Teaching Gifted Students

This newly-revised guidebook for educators is now available for sale.
It is a guidebook to answer teachers' most frequently asked questions about gifted education, plus lists of available resources, an easy-to-use annotated bibliography and CAG's comprehensive glossary.


The Challenge of Raising Your Gifted Child Third Edition

A Guidebook for Parents of Gifted Children

This newly-revised guidebook for parents is now available for sale.
It is a guidebook to answer  parents' most frequently asked questions concerning gifted children, plus resources, both traditional and electronic, to make parenting easier.


Advocacy in Action Second Edition

An Advocacy Handbook for Gifted and Talented Education

•  Comprehensive strategies for effective advocacy at all government levels.
•  Detailed description of CAG's organizational structure for advocacy to use as a model for your      organization or jurisdiction.
•  Full-size reproducibles to use as handouts or presentation transparencies.


Advocating for Gifted English Language Learners

An Activity handbook for professional development and self-study. This handbook is available in an English and Spanish version.

Alentando a Los Alumnos Dotados En El Aprendizaje Del Inglé

Cuaderno de actividades para desarrollo professional y estudio propio.Versión en Español y Inglé.


Meeting the Standards

A Guide to Developing Services for Gifted Students

The guide parallels as much as possible the Recommended Standards for Gifted Education Programs publication. A rationale is included for each major standard as well as for each component within the standard. For each component, a number of suggestions for implementation are provided as possible ways to fulfill that component. In addition, this document follows the Recommended Standards in providing rationales and recommendations for each level of program specified: Minimum, Commendable, and Exemplary. The length of each section dictated that the recommendations for different levels of each major standard be completed before introducing the next major standard. In that way application writers will also be able to focus not only on what they believe they can accomplish at the moment, but develop a vision of what their programs might become in the future.(Copyright 2002 California Association for the Gifted)


GATE Standards Workbook

A Guide to Design, Improve, and Assess Gifted Programs

This study guide was developed by the California Association for the Gifted to assist administrators, coordinators, teachers, and parents to assess, revise, and/or write the district's or school's gifted program in relationship to the California GATE Standards (CDE 2001, 2005).

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