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Skandera, Hanna – State Education Standard, 2018
As anyone would readily agree, no child should be trapped in a persistently failing school. When the author was appointed New Mexico's secretary of education in 2011, she committed to never settle for failure and never stop pursuing equity and opportunity for all students. Many of New Mexico's students live in poverty or are students of color and…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, School Choice, Principals, Instructional Leadership
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Gallegos, Rosemary – Odyssey: New Directions in Deaf Education, 2017
Rosemary Gallegos is superintendent of the New Mexico School for the Deaf (NMSD). Her 30+ years of service to NMSD include teaching, instructional supervision, special education compliance, and cultivating NMSD's statewide Birth-3 and outreach programs. Gallegos's goal is to ensure all deaf and hard of hearing children in New Mexico have access to…
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Community Based Instruction (Disabilities), Deafness, Partial Hearing
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Campbell, James Adam, III – Intercultural Education, 2017
This paper attempts to deconstruct the resistance among a majority of Americans to admit Syrian refugees. Using a survey of secondary and post-secondary students and faculty in New Mexico, I attempt to draw conclusions regarding this resistance.
Descriptors: Refugees, Student Surveys, Teacher Surveys, Social Bias
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Sosa-Provencio, Mia Angélica – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
Mia Angélica Sosa-Provencio is assistant professor of Secondary Education in the Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership, and Policy at the University of New Mexico. Her research focuses on framing education as a means for social justice with particular focus on teacher education that engages youth in their multiple identities and…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Social Justice, Youth Opportunities, Feminism
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Koukel, Sonja – Journal of Extension, 2015
Foodborne illness has a significant impact on public health and consumer confidence in the U.S. The Southwest Border Food Safety and Defense Center was established to provide educational programs, trainings, and workshops to address the health and well-being of consumers as it relates to food safety and food protection. A partnership between New…
Descriptors: Food Standards, Safety, Health Promotion, Extension Education
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Morales, Sara; Sainz, Terri – Learning Professional, 2017
Imagine teachers, administrators, and university mathematicians and staff learning together in a lab setting where students are excited about attending a week-long summer math event because they are at the forefront of the experience. Piloted in three New Mexico classrooms during summer 2014, MathLab expanded into 17 lab settings over six…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Mathematics Education, Pilot Projects, Summer Programs
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Ladner, Matthew – Education Next, 2018
The point at which the corners of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah meet is the only spot in the United States where the borders of four states converge. Beyond geography, the Four Corners states share a similar approach to charter schooling. All four states have adopted relatively freewheeling authorization policies, and charter schools…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, State Legislation, State Policy, Educational Policy
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Addario, Lauren; Langer, Miriam – Journal of Museum Education, 2016
Engaging disenfranchised populations in cultural work is a challenge. New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) is an Hispanic Serving Institution located in rural northern New Mexico. Our students reflect the regional culture and are primarily Hispanic and Native American. They had little interest in museums, places where they felt marginalized and…
Descriptors: Museums, Partnerships in Education, Universities, Internship Programs
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Koenig, Kevin T.; Ramos, Mary M.; Fowler, Tara T.; Oreskovich, Kristin; McGrath, Jane; Fairbrother, Gerry – Journal of School Health, 2016
Background: The purpose of this study is to describe patterns of care and service use among adolescent school-based health center (SBHC) users in New Mexico and contrast patterns and services between frequent and infrequent users. Methods: Medical claims/encounter data were analyzed from 59 SBHCs located in secondary schools in New Mexico during…
Descriptors: School Health Services, Secondary School Students, Student Characteristics, Regression (Statistics)
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McShane, Michael Q. – Education Next, 2018
As public education secretary of New Mexico, Hanna Skandera dug in fast, set an ambitious agenda, and broke a lot of china. Her ability to inspire and subsequently ignore controversy is clear: from the outset, she was deemed so contentious that the state senate refused to confirm her for four years, during which she performed her duties as…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Public Officials, Educational Policy, State Legislation
Gorrell, Robert; Salamone, Frank – School Business Affairs, 2011
The New Mexico Public Schools Facilities Authority (NM-PSFA) is a relatively small state agency (50 staff members) that manages the allocation of funding for public school facilities in the state while assisting school districts and state-chartered charter schools in facility planning, construction, and maintenance. Like the majority of other…
Descriptors: State Agencies, Educational Facilities, Educational Facilities Planning, Models
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Dewald, Hong Phangia; Faris, Cindy; Borg, Karen S.; Maner, Julie; Martinez-Cargo, Loreta; Carter, Mark – Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 2015
Early intervention services provide very young children, typically aged birth to 3 years, and their families "early and appropriate learning experiences to facilitate the child's learning and development" in their natural environment. Teachers of students with visual impairments and certified orientation and mobility (O&M)…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, Infants, Toddlers, Family Programs
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Bird, Carlotta Penny; Lee, Tiffany S.; Lopez, Nancy – American Journal of Education, 2013
How do American Indian students, parents, and teachers conceptualize leadership in New Mexico public schools? How do they negotiate power dynamics within this context? The objective of this study was to investigate how leadership and accountability in American Indian schools and communities in New Mexico is recognized, characterized, contested,…
Descriptors: Accountability, American Indian Education, Public Schools, Group Dynamics
Vermilya, Lois; Kerwin, Dorothy – ZERO TO THREE, 2017
Many professionals in the early childhood field are inspired by community-driven initiatives that hold great promise for transforming outcomes for the youngest children and their families. However, most collective impact efforts are mobilized in large urban areas, where early childhood professionals and civic leaders take the lead. New Mexico has…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Partnerships in Education, Community Programs, Rural Areas
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Adele, Niame; Rack, Christine – Academe, 2008
In this article, the authors provide a description of the academic climate in New Mexico. Like many other places in the world today, New Mexico is trying to find an identity in an environment that the authors label "increasingly privatized, corporatized, and militarized." New Mexico's higher education salaries are lower than those in…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Salary Wage Differentials, Nontenured Faculty, College Administration
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