Request for Public Comment on the 2021-2022 ESSA State Plan Addendum
New Mexico is seeking public comment on the addendum to the ESSA State Plan for the 2021-2022 school year. This addendum is for one-year changes to New Mexico’s statewide accountability system.
Public comment on the addendum may be submitted via this electronic form. The public comment period will begin Monday, November 28, and end at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 9. Please click here to read the proposed addendum.
Comprehensive Support and Improvement Schools 2019-2020
- Comprehensive Support and Improvement Application 2019-2020
- Comprehensive Support and Improvement Budget Summary Chart 2019-2020
- CSI Grants 24190 Memo to Superintendents, Charter Directors, and Business Managers, May 6, 2019
Feedback on Current Sections 3 and 5
The New Mexico Public Education Department (NM PED) is seeking general feedback on Section 3: Academic Assessments & Section 5: Supporting Excellent Educators from the Every Student Succeeds Act New Mexico State Plan submitted in 2017. To submit feedback, please complete the community input surveys linked to below.
The NM PED does not currently have any draft amendments to either section, and instead, the NM PED is requesting all stakeholders across the State to submit comment/propose updates to this current section. The survey will be open for ongoing comment.
The NM PED will review all feedback submitted, meet with stakeholders across the State, and then prepare amendments to Section 3: Academic Assessments & Section 5: Supporting Excellent Educators. The NM PED will then publish those proposed amendments here and share with stakeholders to solicit feedback during a public comment period at that time.
Section 4 ESSA Amendments
For accessibility support in reviewing any of the the above documents, please contact our Constituent Services office at 505-827-5800.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law December 10, 2015 replacing No Child Left Behind and the waiver system. ESSA is the national education law that reinforces the longstanding commitment to ensuring equal opportunity for all students. ESSA provides New Mexico with a long-term stability that holds states, local school systems and schools accountable for results while encouraging them to be innovative in their work.