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The NM PED invites parents, teachers, and community members to provide input on how best to measure student success within New Mexico’s future statewide assessment system.

Community conversations will be held at locations across the state. Please review our Stakeholder Input Calendar for information on future community feedback sessions in your region.

Please note that the venue for the community conversation in Albuquerque on Thursday, March 21 has changed to the Berna Facio Professional Development Complex.

Re-envisioning New Mexico’s Statewide Assessment System
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Updating New Mexico's State ESSA Plan

NM PED is now seeking feedback on the current Section 3: Assessment Systems & Section 5: Supporting Excellent Educators of the New Mexico State Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act. Amendments will be created based on your comments.

Section 4: Accountability, Support, and Improvement for Schools public comment is ongoing and proposed amendments can be found on the ESSA page.

Section 3-5 Files & Feedback Surveys
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New Mexico families have big hopes and dreams for their children, but sometimes it can hard to find the right path. This guide has resources to help you understand how to help your child succeed in school, and much more.

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