education

NMSU President announces he will be stepping down

Jan 7, 2022
Office of the President / New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University President John Floros announced Friday that he will be stepping down from his office, and Chancellor Dan Arvizu will become the leader of both the main campus and the NMSU system.


Albuquerque Public Schools

Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) announced their new plan for “Enhanced COVID Safe Practices” Monday, as students and staff return to classrooms after the holiday break.


Vigil & Associates

Cuba schools superintendent Karen Sanchez-Griego says her students can’t wait any longer for quality internet access.

 

UNM grad union completes card count

Dec 18, 2021
UNM Grad Workers' Twitter Account

The University of New Mexico’s graduate student’s union effort took a huge step forward on Friday, after the State of New Mexico Public Employee Labor Relations Boards completed their union card count.  


Jobs that once required a few months of training and a menagerie of sturdy tools now often need workers who can operate a 3D printer or fix a robot.

KSFR's Dennis Carroll reports on a collaboration of businesses, schools and job training outfits that offer worker training in a variety of much-in-demand digital fields through the Santa Fe Community College.

Courtesy Photo | Chris Manning Campaign

CD1 Libertarian candidate Chris Manning discusses his ideas on reforming New Mexico’s healthcare and education systems and how he would tackle immigration issues in the United States.