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Less than three weeks ago, a judge ordered New Mexico to provide computers and high-speed internet to at-risk students for remote learning.

On Tuesday, he issued another mandate.

Hurry it up, he said.

First Judicial District Judge Matthew J. Wilson ruled the state must immediately determine which public education students and teachers do not have digital devices and then get them some.

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Three state education administrators came together online on Tuesday (Feb. 23) to discuss statewide priorities and issues, and answer questions from the public about the early education, K–12 and higher education systems.

The New Mexico Education Day Virtual Panel included Elizabeth Groginsky, secretary of the Early Childhood Education and Care Department, Ryan Stewart, secretary of the Public Education Department and Stephanie Rodriguez, acting secretary of the Higher Education Department.

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The New Mexico Public Education Department announced Monday (March 8) that the state would be offering vaccinations to all school teachers and staff, with the goal of offering full time in-person learning beginning April 5.

"It's time to ring the bell, New Mexico, and welcome our students fully back to in-person learning in our schools," said Ryan Stewart, Secretary of the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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The New Mexico Public Education Department announced Monday (March 8) that the state would be offering vaccinations to all school teachers and staff, with the goal of offering full time in-person learning beginning April 5.

“It’s time to ring the bell, New Mexico, and welcome our students fully back to in-person learning in our schools,” said Ryan Stewart, Secretary of the New Mexico Public Education Department.

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The New Mexico Public Education Department faced fierce backlash in recent weeks after announcing its decision to pair in-person school learning with participation in high school sports. The decision meant that students in larger counties, with higher positivity rates (and therefore less likelihood of in-person learning) would be less likely to get a sports season.

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Living in Philadelphia is a touchy subject if you're in charge of the public schools in New Mexico.

Ryan Stewart, Cabinet secretary of the Public Education Department, upset more than a few politicians, parents and grandparents last year when he worked remotely from Philadelphia for several months.