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Why New Mexico Needs Senior Capstones Now

By Mary Parr-Sanchez and Rachel Padilla | National Education Association New Mexico
The standardization era did untold damage on our students and schools. But we are turning the tide, and innovative alternatives to standardized tests will be our state’s saving grace. Here’s why.

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Three New Roles of the Post-Pandemic Teacher

By Robert Fung | Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment at Health Leadership High School
As we conclude a full year of educating students during a pandemic—what can teaching look like going forward? Not one, but three, roles have emerged for teachers.

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Where Did the Teachers of Color Go?

By Kim Lanoy-Sandoval, LEAP Program Administrator
Nationally we are asking, “Where did all the teachers go?” For over a decade we have seen a decline in candidates entering the teaching profession. More so, we have seen a decline in teachers of color.

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Job Prospects for “Generation Limbo”

By Julia Freeland Fisher | Director of Education at Clayton Christensen Institute
The next generation is in a catch-22: young people can’t gain the work experience employers demand if they can’t access work experiences in the first place. Here’s how to fix it.

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Why Is Our Education System Stuck in the Industrial Age?

Why Is Our Education System Stuck in the Industrial Age?An interview for The Reciprocity Project with Roberto Gonzales | Executive Director STEAM Box Rhode Island We need to start from scratch and renew the idea of what public schools should be, to evolve them with folks from the community so that they suit and support our students. Roberto Gonzalez – The …