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Texas Alliance for Geographic Education (TAGE)

Promoting geographic literacy across Texas.

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Big Bend National Park, Texas

The Texas Alliance for Geographic Education works to increase geographic literacy through educational and community outreach and supports a network of geography educators across Texas. The Texas Alliance was established in 1986 as a partnership supported by more than 8,000 people, including university professors, K-12 educators, and the community members from across the state.

Educator Support

  • Serve as a geography resource center for Texas educators.
  • Partner with Education Service Centers, school districts, and educational organizations around the state to coordinate and sponsor high quality professional development opportunities to K-12 educators.
  • Develop and disseminate K-12 educator resources based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards.

Outreach

  • Promote Geography Awareness Week and GIS Day to highlight the importance of geography to K-16 students and the community, with 20,000—40,000 participants each year.

Leadership

  • Support educators, administrators, and community members with a passion for geography by offering networking opportunities to strengthen geography education throughout the state.
News

TAGE is proud to partner with TCSS to organize a geography strand for social studies educators...

Location

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Contacts

James F. Petersen

Texas State University-San Marcos

601 University Drive

San Marcos, TX 78666

(512) 245-3827

Fax (512) 245-1653


 
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