Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 1:46 pm (Updated: October 29, 2:38 pm)
New Mexico consistently ranks at or near the bottom compared to other states when it comes to educating our children.
So it’s clear that business as usual is no longer an option when it concerns our state’s public schools. To their credit, Gov. Susana Martinez and the state Public Education Department realize this, and they’re trying to implement reforms that will make a difference. But they need to rethink their unilateral, top-down approach, which is on the verge of sparking a legal battle with the state’s two teacher unions.
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