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Welcome to the New Mexico Parent and Family Portal
Resources and information for families

NMPED 2021 Legislative Priorities

The 2021 Legislative Session is underway! Secretary Stewart recently presented the executive request for public school support to the House Appropriations and Finance Committee. Check out this high-level overview of our agency budget priorities, which include expanding the use of K-5 Plus and ELTP funds, eliminating the Impact Aid credit, and the new Family Income Index, which would provide additional funds to schools serving large populations of economically disadvantaged students. Additionally, you can read more about the Family Income Index here and review the resources in this toolkit to stay engaged throughout the legislative session.


Family Wellness Toolkit

In a year unlike any other, it is especially important that we do our best to care for ourselves and our loved ones. The community engagement team recently distributed a family Winter Wellness packet (en Español) – we hope these resources are helpful. This packet includes information about self-care, child development, COVID-19, child care, and more!


School Reentry Resources

As the PED continues to update school reentry guidance, we advise visitors to check back daily for updates. Resources are available on the Reentry District and School Guidance page.


FAFSA Resources

College Connect New Mexico, the New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation (NMEAF), and its partners, kicked off Fund Your Future FAFSA and College Application Completion Campaign. Fund Your Future offers resources and assistance in completing the FAFSA, which is the first step a student needs in order to qualify for grants, scholarships and loans to go to college.

Please enjoy the YouTube videos from various education leaders in New Mexico, as well as students from around the state who have benefited from the resources provided by College Connect New Mexico and its partners.

Also, remember that the first of the FAFSA and financial aid help workshops, called Money Mondays, is Oct. 5 from 3-5 p.m. Money Mondays will be the first Monday of every month through June 2021.

Attached is the informational flyer. Financial aid experts from most of our state colleges and universities will be on hand to speak directly to students.

Please share the YouTube video and the flyer with your students, co-workers and on your social media platforms to help us get the word out on the importance of helping our New Mexico students get financial aid assistance.

For more information, please contact:

Barbara Armijo
Education Administrator
(505) 827-6719


Family Engagement Guidance

This document was shared with educators and educational leaders to offer suggestions for engaging with families during remote and hybrid learning models.


Family Education Survey

The key findings and demographics from our June 2020 family education survey are now available.

A detailed analysis of the results from our June 2020 family education survey is also available. This report include information about survey content and methodology, an analysis of results by grade level, survey trends across student groups, a qualitative analysis of narrative responses, findings, recommendations, and an appendix with all survey items.

View our Family Education Survey FAQs (PDF) for background information.

Page last updated January 24, 2021