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Staffing marks top education goal for New Mexico lawmakers

SANTA FE – New Mexico lawmakers are meeting starting Tuesday to craft the state budget, about half of which is expected to go to K-12 education. Early proposals from key legislative committe...

Cyber attack in Albuquerque latest to target public schools

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — When the superintendent of Albuquerque Public Schools announced earlier this week a cyber attack would lead to the cancellation of classes for around 75,000 students, he noted that the district’s technology department had been fending off attacks “for the last few weeks.”

New Mexico education officials miss transparency deadline

SANTA FE – An initiative aimed at providing greater accountability for public spending on education missed its inaugural deadline. The New Mexico Public Education Department acknowledged Tue...

Proposed teacher raises would make New Mexico competitive

Minimum salaries for entry-level teachers would increase from $41,000 to $50,000

Overdue education plan frustrates New Mexico tribal leaders

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s plan to address the needs of underserved Indigenous students hasn’t been shared with tribal leaders or the public despite promises made by state officials that they w...

Rural New Mexico school buys Starlink internet for students

$1.2 million deal that leapfrogs piecemeal efforts by state and tribal officials

New Mexico Senate passes broadband, highway spending bill

SANTA FE – The New Mexico state Senate voted Friday in favor of a spending plan for $478 million in federal pandemic relief to expand highways, internet infrastructure, electric vehicles and...

Visiting New Mexico’s Capitol? Bring vaccine proof, not guns

SANTA FE – New Mexico’s state legislative complex will be open to the public during upcoming Legislative sessions, but only for those who provide proof of vaccination. New rules will also pr...

2 New Mexico school districts close down, citing COVID surge

SANTA FE – At least two schools in New Mexico are sending students home early this week for remote learning, citing concerns about a coronavirus infection surge. Students at Santa Fe Public ...

Latest New Mexico K-12 curriculum controversy, only on Zoom

SANTA FE – New Mexico officials have been inundated with critical letters on proposed K-12 social studies standards over the inclusion of racial identity and social justice themes in a maj...

New Mexico’s citizen redistricting maps sent to Legislature

SANTA FE – The committee responsible for proposing new political boundaries in New Mexico has sent a final report to state legislators, recommending maps to be used in redistricting. In the ...

New Mexico pledges support for tribal adoptions in state law

SANTA FE – In her first prepared speech Tuesday, the new leader of New Mexico’s child protection department pledged to restore the agency’s credibility after a series of scandals under her p...