Under new rules, presented to the school board in November, all homework should be purposeful, practice-based and divvied in appropriate amounts for a student's grade level.
Sen. Moe Maestas, D-Albuquerque, plans to introduce a bill in the upcoming legislative session that would create a financial literacy requirement.
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State health officials are encouraging the immunization of children against flu and COVID-19 without making changes to its list of other vaccines required for school entry in the fall of 2023.
State officials and advocates of early childhood programs touted a new online search tool that aims to connect families across New Mexico with high-quality child care.
The Education Department says on its federal student aid website that it is seeking to overturn the court orders blocking the student debt relief program.
Board President Kate Noble tried to put their fears at ease, promising to continue planning for the new school with the district's new steering committee.
Starting Nov. 4, associate principal David Vincent will take over as interim directing principal after Renee Salazar-Garcia leaves the district “to pursue new opportunities."
Superintendent Hilario “Larry” Chavez said he has received nominations for committee members from the school board and will be selecting members in the coming days.
Groups across the city made trips to schools on foot and via bike, scooter, skateboard and rollerblades for the nationwide event.
Think New Mexico's policy report on public education contains a host of recommendations, some mirroring the strategies of Mississippi, which drastically improved its education performance in the last six years.
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Students in the school's residential program — who are currently staying in a facility off campus — said the dorm is a much-needed addition that will help make their lives a little easier.
Founded in 2007 as an expeditionary learning school — education exemplified by Outward Bound in the 1980s — Vista Grande has long been known in Taos as the school of second chances.
The move comes more than two years after the Santa Fe school board approved a resolution promising to rethink how it will deliver education to a shrinking number of students without closing schools amid a failed proposal to consolidate three small midtown and east-side campuses.
The report criticizes the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, which meets several performance targets but continues to “perform poorly” in reducing repeat child maltreatment.
Every year, the U.S. Department of Education's National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes schools for their academic achievements or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.