Driving New Mexico Adult Education Forward through Professional Learning, Communication, and Support
Adult Education Day was a wonderful success! Thank you to everyone who was able to make it to the Roundhouse on Wednesday. We had excellent turnout, clearly displayed with our bright yellow NMAEA t-shirts. The Governor herself attended and spoke passionately about both higher education AND adult education, and several legislators did as well. Jamie Trujillo and I had the honor of spotlighting our programs, your amazing accomplishments, and our impressive students of the year! See the picture below!
Marisela Ortega, a student ambassador, has recently been featured on CNM's website. Click here to read her story.
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March 15: CANCELED: AEFLA Funded Directors Meeting
March 15: CANCELED: Motivational Coaching Holding Space
March 16: CANCELED: TSTM Workshop
March 28: Tech Talk Webinar: Introduction to Nearpod
April 1: Monthly Data Update Due
April 2 - 5: COABE Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and/or Virtual
April 5: ESL Open Forum
April 5: Motivational Coaching: Career Coaching
April 6: TSTM Webinar: Health Literacy
April 10: Adult Literacy Grantees Meeting
April 12: Data TA with Shannon Stangis
April 13: [TIME CHANGE] Brain-Based Instruction in Practice Forum
April 21: Teacher's Institute at Santa Fe Community College
April 23 - 25: Mountain Plains Adult Education Association Annual Conference in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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