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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
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
The high-achieving students at Alta Vista Intermediate are... 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
As visitors passed by Monday, Nov. 6, Marissa Irizarry worked on a metal sculpture of a thunderbird, a mythological figure in Native American culture known for its supernatural power and ability to deliver messages to humans. more
Pueblo leaders are giving state Public Education Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski a history lesson – and calling for an apology... more
For the first time in its history, The University of New Mexico has hired a female president to lead the institution. more
It wasn't a traditional scientific experiment, but there was evidence that showed many New Mexicans do not want the state's proposed science standards.More than 200 … more
The high-achieving students at Alta Vista Elementary are... more
The Questa Independent Schools Board of Education decided to postpone its regular Tuesday (Oct. 17) meeting and hold it at a larger venue after seeing the … more
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