Ysleta Independent School District teacher Marlene R. Gallegos has been named the 2014-2015 Secondary Teacher of the Year by the Education Service Center (ESC)-Region 19, and will now compete for Texas Teacher of the Year honors in October.
New Mexico State University offers a chance to learn about wildlife, animal breeding and other related topics through various courses hosted by its Department of Extension Animal Sciences & Natural Resources during the second annual AG Days
Working for New Mexico State University at the Sustainable Agriculture Science Center at Alcalde is fulfilling two of Tory Hougland’s career desires – working at the science center and helping people learn about sustainable agricult
Beginning in fall 2014, New Mexico State University will offer two courses at Fort Bliss. Both classes are in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences and are eight-week mini-semesters.
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting back-to-school immunization clinics at the Cineport 10 Movie Theater in the Mesilla Valley Mall, 700 S. Telshor Blvd on the following dates:
In 2013, when Texas passed its first overhaul of charter school policy since 1995 — the year the publicly funded but privately operated schools were first established in the state — lawmakers included a provision intended to speed t
Texas education officials once again announced top high school graduation rates on Tuesday, reporting that 88 percent of public school students in the class of 2013 received a diploma within four years.
Unfinished construction forced four Gadsden Independent School District schools to delay the first day of their academic year, affecting about 1,000 students who were set to return from summer vacation on Monday.