Santa Fe Community College will begin online registration for summer classes to all in-state residents Tuesday at 8 a.m.

Unlike years past, when many finalist lists were populated by out-of-state candidates with few ties to New Mexico, candidates emerging from more recent searches generally have local or state ties.

Scholarships range from $1,000 to $20,000 with certain awards focused on students pursuing degrees in education, nursing, health care, engineering, business, STEM and the arts. 

The district will accept applications until Monday, and 15 candidates have applied for the position so far, retiring superintendent Veronica García told the board Thursday.

Santa Fe Community College’s Library and Creative Writing Program will hold a series of online readings of original works throughout April and May.

An analysis by the Associated Press shows that 5 percent of New Mexico students from kindergarten through grade 8 can walk .through school doors full time.

Educational reformer John Dewey spoke of the public schools as “laboratories of democracy.” They all but stopped serving this role for most of the past 50 years, as sc…

Sixteen schools are on the state Public Education Department’s COVID-19 watchlist.

The teacher vaccination initiative, prompted by a Biden administration program designed to accelerate school openings, picked up speed this week.

“We’re on a good path, and I feel strongly that we need to be clear in our prospects and timelines going forward,” board President Kate Noble said. “And we need to move quickly.”

New Mexico Highlands University unveiled a mobile app that features historic sites throughout Las Vegas, N.M., including several buildings on the university's campus. 

Santa Fe Community College is accepting submissions for its Spring Student Writing Awards, and the deadline is noon March 12. 

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