Education

Bailey Takes The Helm At Northern

by Staff Reporter / Oct 26, 2016 / comments
Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Bailey Takes The Helm At Northern

Carol Clark

Turmoil In Espanola School District

by Staff Reporter / Oct 21, 2016 / comments
Photo of Principal Tom Graves taken in July at school board meeting shortly after he was hired to "turn around" EVHS. Valley Daily Post photo

Turmoil In Espanola School District

Staff Report

Handgun Found On EVHS Campus

by Staff Reporter / Oct 14, 2016 / comments

Handgun Found On EVHS Campus

Staff Report

NM School For The Arts Performs At Moving Arts Performance Center

by Staff Reporter / Oct 13, 2016 / comments

NM School For The Arts Performs At Moving Arts Performance Center

Valley Students Thrive In NM School For The Arts In Drama, Dance, Visual Arts, Music

By ROBERT NARANJO

Española School Board mulls over New Athletic Facilities Project

by Staff Reporter / Oct 03, 2016 / comments
Espanola School Board President Pablo Lujan (left) sits next to Superintendent Eric Martinez (right) during the Sept. 21 school Board meeting at Carlos Vigil Middle School. The School Board heard presentations from staff regarding upgrades to athletic facilities at Espanola Valley High School. Valley Daily Post photo

Española School Board mulls over New Athletic Facilities Project

NNMC President-Elect Bailey Sends Letter To The Community

by Staff Reporter / Oct 03, 2016 / comments

Letter To Editor: An Open Letter to the Northern New Mexico Community
From Dr. Rick Bailey, President-elect, Northern New Mexico College

September 29, 2016

P.E.D. Releases Results of Teacher Evaluations for 2016

by Staff Reporter / Oct 01, 2016 / comments

P.E.D. Releases Results of Teacher Evaluations for 2016

By Ariel Carmona Jr.

Charter Schools In New Mexico: Legislature Takes Up Charter Funding

by Staff Reporter / Sep 27, 2016 / comments

Charter Schools In New Mexico: Legislature Takes Up Charter Funding

Part 3 Of An Education Series

By ARIEL CARMONA JR. 

Charter schools are the hot topic in education nationally. Virtual charters, of which there are three in the state, took center stage recently during a three-day session of the Legislative Education Study Committee (LESC) at the state capitol last week. Lawmakers recognized the need to develop rules to oversee these growing online schools, especially since some are of the opinion that the schools' connections to for-profit companies flies in the face of state statute.

 

Charter Schools, Online Schools & Their Impact On School Funding

by Staff Reporter / Sep 19, 2016 / comments

Charter Schools, Online Schools & Their Impact On School Funding
Part 2 Of An Education Series

By ARIEL CARMONA JR.
McCurdy Charter School Governance Board Chairperson Deborah Bennett Anderson had to answer to the Public Educations Commission at a meeting earlier this spring where school officials were looking to secure an extension in order to finalize the necessary funding needed for a construction project of an $8 million two-story building.

Nearly four years prior, in 2012, the school had gone before the commission to present a long-term plan...

Pojoaque Valley Schools Community Meeting

by Staff Reporter / Sep 18, 2016 / comments

Pojoaque Valley Schools Community Meeting

The Pojoaque Valley School District is holding a special community meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20 to discuss the upcoming 2017 bond election.

Parents, community members, teachers are invited to attend to help the district identify the needs of the school district for the 2017 bond election.  The district says this community meeting will give all community members an opportunity to discuss and share ideas that will directly impact the school district in a positive way. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. and is 

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