New Mexico’s new teacher evaluation system relies heavily on student test scores and classroom observations. It’s divided educators over how to determine whether a teacher is effective. Testimony continued Tuesday in a case that could decide the future of the teacher evaluation system in New Mexico.
Albuquerque Election Will Likely See Low Voter Turnout – Albuquerque Journal Voters in Albuquerque go to the polls today to decide on two city council seats and whether to raise taxes for the BioPark.
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Public Health New Mexico
When state environment workers were taking groundwater samples in downtown Albuquerque back in the 1990s, they discovered a large plume of a solvent called trichloroethylene, or TCE—a toxic chemical that causes cancer and birth defects—just 35 feet below the ground.