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In the News:
What the Home Visiting Accountability Outcomes Report Didnít Report by Susan Herrera
• KRSN Tony Fox interview
• LANL Foundation awarded
$1.8 million Kellogg grant for new First Born Program

• KBAC ISEC interview with Gwen Warniment & Billie Blair
"First Born Brings Hope for Children" by Anna Marie Garcia

Scott Carlsten
Raymond Fasano, Bernallilo High School, $30,000 Platinum Scholar. » See all winners

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The Northern New Mexico Inquiry Science Education Consortium (ISEC) is a regional program to improve performance of high-need students in grades K–6 through the use of hands-on learning tools and teacher professional development.


The Scholarship Program provides scholarships that support the best and brightest students in Northern New Mexico who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in fields serving the Laboratory and the region.

The First Born Program is an educational home-visitation program designed to improve the health and wellness of first-time families. This resiliency model builds family strengths and competencies through effective community relationships.

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