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There are many reasons why an adult may not have completed high school. We respect the different life paths that have led you to us. Here, find all the information to help yourself or a loved attain High School Equivalency (HSE).
New Mexicans speak many different languages. Find information about learning English as a second (or third! or fourth!) language and programs around the state that provide this service.
Adult Literacy focuses on developing basic skills, often through one-on-one or small group tutoring. Family literacy is culturally-relevant learning for the whole family! Find programs that provide these free services.
Discover how Adult Education programs can help you learning about high-demand occupations, prepare to join the workforce, and explore career pathways.
Adult Education is so much more than high school equivalency. Find fact sheets, data and reports, press coverage, and other information about how adult education serves New Mexicans.
Find information on current finding competitions, when future Requests for Applications will be released, and which programs have been awarded funding in recent competitions.
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Cesaria "Cia" Padilla
Dr. Katya Backhaus State High School Equivalency & Data Administrator
Education / Workforce Development Systems Specialist
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