Driving New Mexico Adult Education Forward through Professional Learning, Communication, and Support


Propel NM is the professional learning provider for adult education and adult literacy programs funded through AEFLA and the New Mexico Higher Education Department. Learn all about current opportunities and updates here.

What's New in New Mexico Adult Education

Samuel Gabaldon is COABE's Adult Learner of the Year

Samuel Gabaldon, GED graduate from CCRI at Luna Community College and NMAEA Student Ambassador, has been selected for the prestigious award of COABE's 2024 Adult Learner of the Year. Read his story here.  

New Mexico also recognizes Outstanding Adult Education and Literacy Students of the Year during Adult Education and Literacy Day. Read more about this year's hard-working students on the In the News page.

The IET Policy and Grant Application are now available!

Use these links to review the new NMHED IET Policy and apply for funding. IET Applications are due June 1.

IET Policy_2024.pdf
IET Application_2024.pdf

What Are You Looking for Today?

Find information about New Mexico's Professional Learning Projects including Coaching, ELT, TBR, and TSTM

Find information about New Mexico's Adult Education Professional Competencies

Find information about New Mexico Adult Education Policies and Forms

Find information specifically for New Mexico's Adult Literacy Grantees

Upcoming Professional Learning Opportunities

TBR is offered in VE (Virtual Edition) and In-Person formats. The next TBR In-Person Course is Mar. 8-9 at ENMU-Roswell. The next TBR-VE Course starts Feb. 2.

The ELL Open Forum meets the first Wednesday of each month at 12:30 p.m. Forums will start again in February!

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