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“Converging Worldviews: Lakota Cosmology Meets Particle Physics,” a two-day workshop for students, was all about bringing together ways of understanding the world that might seem at odds at first glance: art and science, indigenous and Western thinkings, a Switzerland-based physicist and a Sicangu Lakota cultural specialist and water protector. more
David Chavez, a lifelong Taoseño and member of the Taos School Board, has been elected to California Institute of Technology's board of trustees. more
Questa Independent School District has begun the search for a new superintendent following the resignation of Valerie Trujillo, who held the position for more than three years. Trujillo, the … more
Free lunches are available to all children 0-18 years old in several Taos County locations. All youth, including nonresidents, may come in for a free meal. Meals are available weekdays at:Peñasco Schools Cafeteria - 11 a.m.-12 p.m.Picuris … more
Math test scores rose slightly and English fell a little among Taos Municipal Schools students who took the PARCC – Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness of College and Careers … 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
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
This is a time of year for change. We wake up every day to new growth in our natural world and surroundings. And springtime brings the end of a school year, graduations and new starts. We celebrate all of it!Bridges Project, too, is in the midst of … 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
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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