Seeking to engage parents more in their children’s education, the Obama administration on Friday released a checklist of questions they shou…
With the start to the new school year just weeks away, Albuquerque Public Schools says they’re short on teachers to fill some critical spots…
Usually only open to fifth graders, one local education center is having an open house for the whole community to take advantage of.
The Santa Fe University of Art and Design is allowing graduates of the local community college to enroll with a tuition discount.
Albuquerque Public Schools is once again trying to hire hundreds of teachers before the school year starts.
The University of New Mexico’s School of Law has seen great success, especially as of late. More and more of its students are successfully g…
The nation’s main education law, long overdue for an overhaul, is headed for a major revision in the Senate.
Rio Grande High School is getting a multi-million dollar makeover.
It’s a two week crash course in all that is film production and best part it’s free.
Stricter federal rules around what’s allowed to be sold at schools will have a big effect on bake sales and other food fundraisers at APS.
With Republican and Democratic lawmakers calling it outdated and unworkable, Congress is set to try again to overhaul the Bush-era No Child …
Albuquerque Public Schools has released the graduation dates for the Class of 2016.
It’s something most Democrats and Republicans in Congress can agree on — an update to the Bush-era No Child Left Behind education law is muc…
Marco Martinez is one of this year’s winners of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.
Improved recruitment and retention are among goals set by the regents of New Mexico Highlands University for the school’s new president.
A first-time evaluation of New Mexico’s middle schools shows they are struggling.
Schools are a prime target for thieves and vandals, but now, thanks to state funding recently approved by the legislature, Albuquerque schoo…
A Los Lunas jury says a school district was not negligent in the case of a teen who broke his back during wrestling practice.
The University of New Mexico law school will soon have two deans.
Albuquerque Public Schools are trying to reach students early in middle school to make sure they succeed in high school.