News: Articles by Stephanie Montoya

New Mexico breaks another enrollment record thanks to the Opportunity Scholarship

10 Mar, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Spring college, university enrollment up 6 percent over last year

Higher Education Secretary Stephanie M. Rodriguez confirmed to second term

6 Mar, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Secretary Stephanie M. Rodriguez will continue to the lead the New Mexico Higher Education Department following her reappointment my Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and confirmation by the Senate on Saturday.

Bill to create Tribal education technical assistance centers passes House Education Committee

17 Feb, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Centers will provide technical assistance in support of student success and culturally-relevant education

Legislation to expand Teacher Loan Repayment Program passes first committee

13 Feb, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Senate Bill 325 will include social workers and counselors working in public schools

Legislation to expand teacher scholarship eligibility passes first committee

10 Feb, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Senate Bill 307 will help licensed teachers go back to school, advance careers

Governor’s budget emphasizes continued investment in higher education

17 Jan, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Recommendation boosts successful tuition-free college, loan repayment programs

New Mexico more than doubles number of teachers receiving debt relief

12 Jan, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
Teacher Loan Repayment Program benefits more than 1,400 teachers this year

Higher Education Department celebrates banner year of progress in education

4 Jan, 2023 Stephanie Montoya
2022 marked by historic advancements in college access, affordability, and student success

Higher Education Department announces budget priorities for 2023

14 Dec, 2022 Stephanie Montoya
Agency plans to expand high-need scholarship, workforce and education programs

New Mexico Higher Education Department applauds passage of GO Bond 3

1 Dec, 2022 Stephanie Montoya
Capital projects bond will create over 2,000 jobs while improving campus facilities with no tax increase
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