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N.M. cuts to higher ed funding among steepest

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

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

Taos County schools launch into academic year

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

Feds OK New Mexico education reform plan, 'Common Core'

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

PARCC test scores in for area schools

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

Peñasco grad heads to U.S. Naval postgraduate program

Robert "Robbie" Vasquez, a 1996 graduate of Peñasco High School and a police captain with the Santa Fe Police Department, has been accepted into a prestigious postgraduate school with the U.S. Navy in Maryland at the Center for Homeland Defense and Security. more

Taos native accepted to Air Force Academy

It is with great pride and privilege that the family of Arturo Martinez announces his departure to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to continue his military journey at the United States Air Force Academy. The USAFA is one of the most prestigious and … more

Baca earns nursing degree at Adams State

Danielle Baca, of Taos, received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing in May from from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Adams State awarded 314 degrees, including 252 bachelor's degrees and 62 associate degrees.Dr. Donna Lynne, … more

UNM-Taos Integrative Massage Therapy program graduates 10 students

The University of New Mexico-Taos is pleased to announce its 2017 graduating class in a Certificate in Integrative Massage Therapy. The program prepares the students to enter into the field of medical massage. These 10 students are now prepared to … more

Taos Day School celebrates end of summer program

Nearly 60 students enrolled in Taos Day School’s summer program celebrated the end of their summer experience Tuesday (July 25) by combining several of the lessons learned during the program … more
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