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Here's a reflection on my first semester in college in the form of a few tips to help you get through yours. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday named a longtime New Mexico educator as her Cabinet secretary of public education, ending weeks of speculation about who would be tasked with fulfilling the … more
There is plenty to do: New Mexico's children lag in almost every statistical category. more
Due to snow, Taos International School and Peñasco Independent Schools are on a two hour delay today (Jan. 18). Snow is expected to last throughout the day. Other schools and offices could … more
U.S. 64 has been reopened after being closed in both directions between the mouth of Taos Canyon and Angel Fire as of Friday afternoon (Jan. 11), according to Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe. more
Voters will have slightly less than a month to fill out the ballot and return it to the Taos County Clerk's Office. Ballots must be received to the office by Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. more
For nearly four years, the PARCC test - has stirred up controversy over its rigorous grading and effect on teacher evaluations. more
“This is a Teen-lead experiential program designed to improve trust building, listening skills, and better communication,” according to a PowerPoint presentation developed by the teens. more
Board Vice President Matt Ortega cast the only vote to retain Salazar in the position. more
After a four-and-a-half hour closed-door discussion Monday night (Jan. 7), the Questa Independent School board terminated the contract of Superintendent LeAnne Salazar. Salazar had been on the … more
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