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Teacher Turnover in NM is High. Here’s How We Fix It.

By Tony Monfiletto, Director | July 27, 2017 But here’s the thing. It’s May in schools, so let me state the obvious: Stress is at its annual high, a wiry tension of angst and anticipation, and talking very much about insight into soul action would no doubt leave me eating alone in the cafeteria. Instead, I want to talk about …

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Solving for X – Encouraging Students to Speak out Through Theater

By Meggan Gomez, Working Classroomy | March 15, 2017 In order to fully grasp the unprecedented opportunity the recent decision in the Yazzie/Martinez vs the State of New Mexico education lawsuit offers New Mexicans to reset the trajectory of our state for generations to come, it is essential that families, educators, advocates and policymakers develop a shared understanding of exactly …

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What Would Albert Do?

By Lori Martinez | Executive Director, Ngage New Mexico | April 18, 2019
It was arguably one of the most active legislative sessions some of us have ever seen, and education was front and center. But did we do enough?