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With the release of the New Mexico Public Education Department school grades the past month, Roots and Wings Community Charter School in Lama has much to celebrate for the 2017 school year.The unique state … more
In the spirit of remembrance, Taos Middle School welcomed first responders in the area to its second annual appreciation breakfast. This year's event honored the late Gerard Martinez, a Taos firefighter. … more
Two Questa students who make a long-haul trip to Roswell to study emergency services have received scholarships from the parents of an emergency medical technician killed in the line of duty.Raynelle Sanchez-Cordova, 35, and MaryAnn Ferguson, 45, … more
New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers has charisma. With his quick wit and friendly demeanor, the high-spirited 78-year-old can turn a tense situation into a fun and relaxed setting. more
Recently released New Mexico Public Education Department report card grades have several Taos County teachers and administrators scratching their heads as they focus on improvement for the new school year. more
The New Mexico Public Education Department can't explain how nearly $20 million intended for administrative support at charter schools was spent over five years, State Auditor Tim Keller said Tuesday. more
New Mexico is among the states that have seen the steepest reductions in higher education spending since the national recession, a new report says, investing nearly a third less per student … more
The College of Engineering and Technology at Northern New Mexico College has been awarded $433,689 by the National Science Foundation to develop a cybersecurity concentration in its ABET-accredited Bachelor in Information Engineering Technology.The … more
It was all smiles and smooth sailing last week around the Taos area as students readied their backpacks, pencils and minds for the first full week of the 2017-18 school year, according to school officials. more
The U.S. Education Department on Wednesday (Aug. 9) approved New Mexico's plan for adopting new federal public-education reform standards, giving the state the go-ahead to commit to a five-year blueprint that largely conforms with policies already put in place by Republican Gov. Susana Martinez's administration, but roundly criticized by teachers unions and some Democratic lawmakers. more
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