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Engaging Students in 2021 School Year. Today



New Mexico Senate Republican Office

Immediate Release


Thurs. Dec. 18, 2020

Contact: Diane Kinderwater

email or text

505-400-8848


Ensuring that all students are engaged in the school year will be discussed at the Legislative Education Study Committee. That topic and more will discuss during its Friday, December 18, 2020 meeting. Discussion topics include:

· Ensuring All Students Are Engaged in School During the 2020-2021 School Year

· Update from New Mexico Alliance for College and Career Readiness

· Housing Stability and Education Outcomes

You can see the meeting on the webcast at nmlegis.gov. To reach a Republican State Senator for comment, please reply to this email, text Diane Kinderwater at 505-400-8848 or contact the Republican Senator directly. The agenda:

Friday, December 18

8:30 (13) Update from New Mexico Alliance for College and Career Readiness. Lillian

Torrez, Ph.D., Superintendent, Taos Municipal Schools; Chanell Segura, Ed.D.,

Superintendent, Truth or Consequence Municipal Schools

9:00 (14) Ensuring All Students Are Engaged in School During the 2020-2021 School Year.

Gwen Perea Warniment, Ph.D., Deputy Secretary of Teaching, Learning, and

Assessment, Public Education Department; Katarina Sandoval, Deputy Secretary

of Academic Engagement and Student Success, Public Education Department;

Rebekah Richards, Chief Academic Advisor and Co-Founder, Graduation Alliance

10:15 (15) Food, Hunger, Water, Agriculture Working Group 2021 Legislative Priorities.

Melanie Stansbury, State Representative, District 28; Mag Strittmatter, CEO,

Roadrunner Foodbank and Vice-President, New Mexico Food Bank Association;

Helga Garza, President, New Mexico Food and Agriculture Policy Council; Lilly

Irvin-Vitela, President and Executive Director, New Mexico First

11:15 (16) Housing Stability and Education Outcomes. Deanna Creighton Cook, Special

Projects Coordinator, ABC Community School Partnership; Serge Martinez,

Associate Dean, University of New Mexico School of Law

12:00 ADJOURN

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