Latino students in New Mexico are number one in the nation for their success in Advanced Placement testing, the programs aimed at preparing students for college. How did New Mexico manage to accomplish this goal? An expert discusses some key points that can lead to further success in the classroom, which includes creating good studying habits at an early age, and to teach students and Latino families about these courses. This and other education topics are discussed in this edition.
Guests: María Flores, Member, Board of Education, Las Cruces Public Schools, Member of Board of Directors of Children’s Reading Foundation of Doña Ana County, Las Cruces, NM, http://lcps.k12.nm.us/school-board/ ; Lynne Rosen, Director of the Department of Language and Cultural Equity, Albuquerque Public Schools, Albuquerque, NW, http://www.aps.edu/language-and-cultural-equity
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