New Mexico

December 3, 2019

NEW MEXICO PLAINTIFFS MOVE FOR FURTHER RELIEF

The order issued by New Mexico District Judge Sarah Singleton last year in Martinez v. State of New Mexico required the state to enact by April, […]
August 27, 2019

MAJOR NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NEW MEXICO ADEQUACY CASE

Last year, New Mexico District Judge Sarah Singleton issued a significant ruling that found the state was not meeting its constitutional obligation to provide an adequate […]
April 16, 2019

NEW MEXICO LEGISLATURE ENACTS COMPLIANCE LEGISLATION

Responding to a court order in the Yazzie /Martinez litigation to take “immediate steps to ensure that New Mexico schools have the resources necessary to give […]
October 1, 2018

NM-Legislators hear ‘remedies’ for education lawsuit findings

Nixing major systems like teacher evaluations, changing the way the state calculates funding for at-risk students and overhauling the Public Education Department. These were some of […]