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N.M. expands teacher training to battle abuse

State prosecutors and law enforcement officials are working together to expand training to combat child abuse and human trafficking for schoolteachers and … more

Taos International School reports on community service work, other projects

The Taos International School has become a candidate for international baccalaureate status. Our first commitment to empowering students was to create a student council. Aleana Concha is our vice president; Bethany Celestino is secretary, with … more

Northern receives $433,000 NSF grant to develop cybersecurity program

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

Humanities grant apps due Feb. 1

Applications for a New Mexico Humanities Council "regular grant" (over $2,000) to support humanities-related public programs are due Feb. 1. "It is important that you schedule a consultation no … more

Methane rule delay prompts AG to join California lawsuit

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is joining his California counterpart in a lawsuit aimed at the Bureau of Land Management and the agency's decision to delay the full implementation of an … more

Enos recognizes readers

Staff at Enos Garcia Elementary held an assembly Thursday (April 12) to recognize their stellar readers in the Read-A-Thon program. Students have been working on their reading and literacy skills … more

Northern N.M. College receives grant for nurse aide program

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Northern New Mexico College has received a $112,506 Rapid Workforce Development grant to provide accelerated Certified Nurse Aide training to 48 … more

Taos High students win Los Alamos scholarships

Will (Jinpeng) Song of Taos High School is one of three Northern New Mexico graduating seniors to win money for college from the Los Alamos Employees' Scholarship Fund. more

Final days for Mobile Museum of everyday "artifacts" in Taos

The Paseo Project hosts its first artist-in-residence, Laurelin Kruse, founder of the Mobile Museum of American Artifacts, also called MMoAA. Throughout the month of April, Kruse has taken the Mobile … more

Governor says she'll sign raise for teachers

New Mexico's lowest-paid teachers are in for a raise. more
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