“I come to this position as an outsider. I’m new to New Mexico and new to the rich assets and cultural heritage that define New Mexico,” Stewart said.

Educators, administrators, parents and union leaders are working to put together an interim and permanent evaluation plan to replace the one the governor threw out this year.

Xavier Becerra, the California attorney general said a deliberate scheme by school district officials set up a separate and unequal system that would keep low-income children of color out of a white enclave.

A federal disability designation known as a 504 plan can help struggling students improve their grades and test score, but the plans are not doled out equitably.

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