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For some students, summer vacation means well-deserved time off from studies and school, but for members of Taos NanoTygers, summer is no excuse to put down the books. Taos High School sophomores … more
Denim Padberg, an 11-year-old Dixon boy who has become an advocate for kids with dyslexia, knows firsthand the effects of an unsupportive education system. A public school teacher’s comment … more
The Talpa Community Center and the Embudo Valley Library were among grant recipients from the New Mexico Children's Foundation.The 2017-18 grants were announced recently by Gary King, president of the foundation. They were among 39 organizations … more
G. David Torres, of Arroyo Seco, is now a member of the Harvard University Class of 2017. He graduated recently with a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics and a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics, magna cum laude. The weeklong festivities were … more
Cadet Angel Andres Reyes Jr., son of Angel and Deanna Reyes, graduated from the United States Military Academy (West Point) with a Bachelor of Science degree on May 27. While at West Point, he concentrated his studies in systems engineering. He was … more
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday (June 27) ordered New Mexico's highest court to reconsider whether state money can be used to pay for textbooks at religious and other private schools.In ordering the … more
Raul Antonio Noguera-McElroy was recently awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carleton College at a commencement ceremony in Northfield, Minnesota. A political science major, Noguera-McElroy earned honors, graduating with distinction in his major … more
A new review by an independent panel of education experts places New Mexico's plan for adopting the federal Every Student Succeeds Act at the top of the list of 17 states that have submitted proposals so far, saying it … more
Imagine you are back in high school. Imagine a program that allows you to watch the teachers' explanations several times, at home if you choose to do so, and a note-taking system in which your writing is always … more
While many have battled or stood by as a loved one battled cancer, Taos High School senior Ariana Baca hopes to help end everyone's fight against the disease once and for all. The science-adept student is … more
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