Medical and educational pioneers who realized state needed its own medical school honored
More than half of Rio Rancho students are proficient or better in math and reading, with the exception of 10th-graders, according to data released by the state this week.
District official pledges to analyze what’s working and what’s not
New location in RR possible in 2015
Role of standardized tests unchanged
Marc Saavedra has two previous DWI convictions
Charter school seeks state authorization
Gov., Board of Finance cite concerns over college finances
Santa Fe Public Schools had more A’s and fewer F’s than last year on the public schools report cards
More schools receive A’s and B’s, and more schools receive D’s and F’s
New Mexico students didn’t perform as well on this year’s Standards Based Assessment as they did in 2013, according to results released by the state Public Education Department on Thursday.
Admission minimum of 2.75 goes into effect in fall of 2016