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As an institution of higher education, UNM-Los Alamos commends the Los Alamos School Board for encouraging opportunities for its teachers to further their professional development.
The commitment to support Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS) teachers to gain additional knowledge and classroom skills via the completion of a masters degree in education will further enhance the already highly qualified teachers we have serving the K-12 students in Los Alamos.
At UNM-Los Alamos, our goal is to help individuals achieve their educational goals and we welcome the opportunity to work with LAPS and its teachers on this initiative and expand our efforts to serve the Los Alamos community.
Over the past few years, our partnership with LAPS has grown. We have worked with the high school to develop a strong dual credit program. We have partnered with LAPS in a grant proposal and we are moving forward toward the development of a STEM Academy.
We have also been engaged in conversations with Los Alamos Public Schools Superintendent Gene Schmidt and Assistant Superintendent Gerry Washburn regarding their commitment to providing a Masters degree program to educators in Los Alamos. As a branch campus, we cannot offer the degree, but we have been working as a facilitator with UNM-Albuquerque.
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