Links to the DOE info:

Administrative Code
N.J.A.C. 6A: 8, Standards and Assessment for Student Achievement, [in definitions and special programs sections, do you need specific pages or code numbers?]

Requirements for G & T


Other important info:

Advanced students in today's classroom:  What we know


Partner Organizations
The educator network of the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children is an NJEA Affiliated Group. This volunteer organization hosts an annual statewide conference, regional events, and presents workshops at the NJEA Convention. Advocating for gifted education statewide and support for locals is part of the mission of NJAGC. Check out the contests, awards, scholarships, and mini-grants. Quarterly newsletter, advocacy help and monthly e-zines are benefits of membership, and reduced prices for workshops.
The National Association for Gifted Children offers webinars, an annual conference, professional magazines, support for its state affiliates and advocacy at the federal level for gifted education. Great toolkit in Legislative section. The Gifted Child Society of Bergen County, NJ provides fellowships in alternate (odd numbered) years to send ten NJ educators to University of Connecticut’s summer Confratute week-long residential professional development training in creative thinking and gifted education strategies.
Council for Exceptional Children / The Association for Gifted
All-inclusive site for educators and parents about meeting the special needs of gifted children. Check out Gifted 101 and information on testing and professional workshops.
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted 
Graduate level coursework in gifted education in NJ.
Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth offers opportunities for students through distance learning, summer day and overnight camps,  and teacher scholarships and recognition.