Education - Albuquerque Journal
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New Mexico seems determined to extend class time. What ...
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Three competing proposals are on the ... Three competing proposals are on the table
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Native American leaders: Educational trust fund will be key
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Native American leaders said creating a ... Native American leaders said creating a special $50 million trust fund to help finance educational p ...
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'Early Show with Alax': In new show, an alien ...
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The state's Early Childhood Education Department ... The state's Early Childhood Education Department is producing a program designed to inform families with little ones. Here's how to watch.
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Albuquerque Public Schools board has established these lofty goals ...
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Making more students proficient in early ... Making more students proficient in early literacy and math, as well as better preparing them for life after high school are among the district ...
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Albuquerque’s fire department and school district have combined forces ...
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Zeke Estrada, 17, has known he ... Zeke Estrada, 17, has known he wanted to be a firefighter for years. After studying to become an EMT at the University of New ...
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What do staff and parents think about APS' plan ...
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Superintendent says while consolidating schools is ... Superintendent says while consolidating schools is always tough, the plan was a long time coming for the district
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APS wants to turn some schools into early childhood ...
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Move is aimed at making early ... Move is aimed at making early childhood services more accessible
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Where, when and how far would students move under ...
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Several other schools might see boundary ... Several other schools might see boundary changes that would take effect in 2024
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Here's how APS chose the schools they're considering closing ...
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Officials recommended that five schools, most ... Officials recommended that five schools, most of them near the North Valley area, be repurposed and have their students put in different schools