TRIBAL EDUCATION STATUS REPORT
The PED in collaboration with the 23 districts and 6 charter schools works to meet this statute of reporting to New Mexico (NM) tribes regarding the education of Native children statewide. This statewide report is due by November 15th of each year and is distributed at the NM Government to Government meetings. The reports include the following indicators: 1) student achievement, 2) safety, 3) graduation rate, 4) attendance, 5) parent/community involvement, 6) education programs targeting American Indian students, 7) financial reports, 8) current status of federal Indian policies and procedures, 9) public school use of variable calendars, 10) school district plans to decrease the number of dropouts and increase attendance, 11) school district consultation with district Indian Education Committees, school-site Parent Advisory Councils and Tribal, municipal, and Indian organizations, 12) Indigenous research and evaluation and results for effective curricula for tribal students.
(Note: For District-wide Tribal Education Status Reports: Please see Grants Page and click on specific districts/charters)
STATE-TRIBAL COLLABORATION ACT ANNUAL REPORT
The State-Tribal Collaboration Act Annual Report (STCA) is due July 31 of each year to the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department, and describes the State-Tribal collaboration with the Public Education Department.
INDIAN EDUCATION AND OTHER REPORTS
Final Report of an Analysis of the Status of the NMPED Indian Education Division Submitted by: Richard Nichols & Associates