SC3 works with the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) to improve educational outcomes for around 338,000 K-12 students in over 150 districts and 880 schools in the state. This state portal contains highlighted project stories, selected state initiatives, state data sources, state coordinating council (SCC) members, projects and services, and news items tailored specifically for New Mexico.
This NM PED website provides information on the common core state standards for teachers, administrators, parents, and students.
This NM PED website provides information on New Mexico’s teacher evaluation system.
This NM PED website provides New Mexico educators information on its ESEA flexibility waiver.
This NM PED website provides information and resources from its Indian Education Division.
This NM PED website provides information on its New Mexico Reads initiative.
This NM PED website provides information and resources on its RtI Framework.
This NM PED website provides the grading results for New Mexico districts and schools.
This NM PED website provides New Mexico districts and schools information on its School Improvement Grant program.
SC3 works with NMPED on projects and services defined in cooperation with the SC3 New Mexico SCC. The Council works to identify New Mexico's priorities and changing educational needs. NMPED leadership meets regularly with SC3 staff members, partners, and collaborators to maintain the flow of communication and plan technical assistance services.
An arts integration experience for New Mexico to build capacity to support and implement a program for some of its districts and schools is underway. To support this endeavor, SC3 connected NMPED Priority Schools Bureau leadership, Eubank Academy of Fine Arts, and APS with Wilson Arts Integration Elementary School in Oklahoma City.
The New Mexico Indian Education Advisory Council will meet on April 2, 2014.