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New Mexico School Board Association Legislative Resolutions

Annually, the Board of Education discusses resolutions to submit to the New Mexico School Board Association about issues that the Board believes should be discussed during the forthcoming Legislative Session. The New Mexico School Board Association accepts resolutions from school boards across the State of New Mexico to create the association's legislative agenda.

The APS Board of Education approved three resolutions to submit to the New Mexico School Board Association for the 2018 Legislative Session.  The resolutions discuss sufficient funding, local control and bilingual education.  

The APS Board of Education approved three resolutions to submit to the New Mexico School Board Association for the 2018 Legislative Session.  The resolutions discuss sufficient funding, local control and Every Student Succeeds Act stakeholder engagement.

2018 APS Board of Education Resolution for Sufficient Funding
2018 APS Board of Education Resolution for Local Authority
2018 APS Board of Education Resolution for Bilingual Education
2017 APS Board of Education Resolution for Sufficient Funding
2017 APS Board of Education Resolution for Local Authority
2017 APS Board of Education Resolution for Every Student Succeeds Act Stakeholder Engagement
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