A growing group of educators statewide believe bringing a suite of skills which fall under the broad spectrum of media literacy — from digital know-how to analyzing advertisements and news media — is key to preparing the next generation of New Mexicans.

Mass evacuations over the last few weeks have led to lower school attendance, class cancellations and a return to online learning just days away from the school year's end — and the celebrations that come with it.

Milagro Middle School Principal Brenda Korting announced recently she’s retiring at the end of the year after 25 years with Santa Fe Public Schools.

Malak Rashid (“The truth about gifted programs,” Generation Next, March 31) deserves an apology. While I hope her experience has not been widespread, the expressed hur…

PNM officials and Pueblo leaders hope the PNM Pueblo Scholarship Endowment Fund, which will disseminate 15 scholarships a year, will help keep Indigenous college students connected to New Mexico and draw some students to the energy industry.

The programs have proved unpopular in Santa Fe, where the teachers union president says many prefer the extra time off to the pay bump for participating.

For the first time since 2019, students across the state are being required to take part in end-of-year standardized testing that measures math and reading skills.

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