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Shaun Griswold

12 August 2020

New Mexico, United States

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Although the pandemic has brought on its own unique challenges, childcare centers in New Mexico have successfully developed safe and effective techniques to keep children and workers safe. At the UNM Chidren's campus,...

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Jeff Proctor

1 June 2020

New Mexico, United States

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New Mexico criminal justice officials joined forces to lower local jail populations by one-third in just 11 weeks, a rushed COVID-19 response that not only seems to have prevented widespread illness but also led law e...

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Sylvia Ulloa

10 October 2019

New Mexico, United States

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A school district in New Mexico is finding success with a dual language education program. “Our bilingual programs are not just for English learners, they’re for all of our students," Mayra Valtierrez, the director of...

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Ximenia Tapia

2 May 2019

New Mexico, United States

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Although many students in New Mexico enter kindergarten speaking two languages, a lack of bilingual and dual language classrooms means students often have trouble maintaining their Spanish or that English Language Lea...

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Sylvia Ulloa

18 December 2018

New Mexico, United States

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At Lynn Middle School in New Mexico, local partners have joined together to bring social services, such as wi-fi, clothes, food, and health clinics, to students and their families on the school's campus. Advocates arg...

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Sylvia Ulloa

7 August 2018

New Mexico, United States

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In the past few years, an influx of oil field workers to Jal, New Mexico has put pressure on the town's child-care offerings. Several teachers are pioneering a creative solution. By using funding from several sources,...

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Sylvia Ulloa

2 August 2018

Roswell, New Mexico, United States

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Staff members in the Roswell Independent School District (RISD) tackle the lack of resources and teachers in their district by looking to their own student body as the future of their faculty. With a new preschool pro...

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Elizabeth Miller

22 January 2018

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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In Albuquerque, New Mexico, a domestic violence court offers funnels perpetrators into programs that offer counseling and other services to address the root causes of their behavior. Its two tracks focus on first-time...

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Elizabeth Miller

26 December 2017

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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A program in Albuquerque, New Mexico that successfully diverted young offenders from the criminal justice system still grappled with kids running away while under house arrest. This defeats the purpose of diversion si...

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Lindsey Anderson

13 December 2014

Santa Clara, New Mexico, United States

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New Mexico has been among the eight states with the highest number of per-capita child abuse and neglect deaths for four of the past five years. There’s no simple solution for addressing the complex factors that lead ...

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