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While the University of New Mexico postponed some of its planned changes to first-semester scholarships for incoming freshmen, much of the new program will go into effect in fall 2014.
There are concerns about New Mexico high school students not being able to play Division 1 Interscholastic athletics because of the new NCAA stance with online courses.
Sandia Aerospace Corp. President and CEO Dennis Schmidt said finding local talent for his Albuquerque-based avionics design and manufacturing operation is a major hassle.
Governor Suzanna Martinez and business leaders are trying to get more aviation companies and workers to come here to New Mexico.
Imagine a high school where you get Fridays off, your classroom view is an airport, and flight training is part of the curriculum.
Imagine a high school that takes Fridays off and includes flight training as part of the curriculum.
The Albuquerque Journal editorial of Aug. 22 reported the obvious competition between Albuquerque Public Schools and local charter schools for students and funding and noted, “District officials repeatedly have made it clear APS should really be the only schools-game in town.”
At first blush, the schools that earned the highest scores under the state’s new A-F school grading system don’t seem to have much in common.
An investigation by the Public Education Department has found no wrongdoing in the case of a high school senior who was able to graduate after completing a semester English course in a weekend.
A new aeronautics-focused charter school, set to open its doors in the fall, will be located on the far West Side in a building once owned by Eclipse Aviation, its founder announced this week.
The Southwest, Aeronautics, Mathematics & Science Academy, or SAMS, will be housed in the old Eclipse Aviation building.
Eclipse Aviation Corp.’s mothballed pilot training center is rising from the ashes to prepare high school students for careers in aviation and technology.
The Southwest, Aeronautics, Mathematics & Science Academy will open in August in time for the new school year.
The sluggish economy and high unemployment are leaving many young people with slim job prospects. But not in aviation, according to local business owners.
On Saturday, October 8, 2011 the Albuquerque Journal published a letter from Dolly Juarez, a Co-Founder of Southwest Learning Centers.
On Tuesday, September 27, 2011 the Albuquerque Journal published a letter from Daniel Washington, a Southwest Learning Centers senior who resides in Rio Rancho NM in there "Talk of the Town" section.