Student Advocacy & Engagement

Student Advocacy/Engagement

“Parental educational level is an important predictor of children’s educational and behavioral outcomes. If we do not educate adults, our state educational level and economy will continue in a downward spiral.”

Tom McGaghie, NMAEA, Advocacy Committee

You can make a difference by supporting Adult Education TODAY using one or all of these links:

Emails to your legislators Letters to Governor Martinez

Call Constituent Services Representative at 505-476-2200

SB44 specifics on the language and additional status Updated Fiscal Impact Report (FIR)

Over 150 Adult Education students statewide from 26 AE Programs traveled to the State Capitol for AE Day!
Senator Howie Morales speaking to a crowd of Adult Education students
Senator Gay Kernan speaking with children of AE student recipient of the MPAEA “Learner of the Year Award”