Keres Children's Learning Center, located in the heart of Cochiti Pueblo, is a Keres-language revitalization school that uses an intergenerational approach to immersion and dual language with Montessori pedagogy to give Keres children (ages 2-12) the best of both worlds: an opportunity for children to learn through their heritage language of Keres while simultaneously accessing an academic curriculum that challenges their intellect and values their whole being.Read MoreKERES CHILDREN’S LEARNING CENTER
Las Cumbres Community Services in collaboration with Breaking the Silence New Mexico will partner to improve mental health outcomes for students ages 10-18 in three Northern NM Public-School-Districts, seeking to normalize the discussion and education around mental health as a part of the whole health of the child and to impact system change around stigma, mental illness and suicide prevention.Read MoreLAS CUMBRES COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
The Questa Farmers Market internship program employs teens in regenerating the agricultural community in northern Taos County; during the 2022 and 2023 seasons the Questa Farmer Market will expand their participation in the farm to market economy through agricultural education opportunities like farm apprenticing and entrepreneurship opportunities.Read MoreLOCALOGY
The Regional Partnership School (RPS) is an educational partnership among Pojoaque Valley School District, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and New Mexico Highlands University with all three agencies being committed to improving the educational pipeline for northern New Mexico.Read MoreNMC, INC.
Nonviolence Works Inc. Nurturing Center embedded in the Taos Municipal Schools will expand capacity to integrate Social and Emotional Learning in elementary classrooms and Family Navigation services.Read MoreNONVIOLENCE WORKS, INC.
Northern Youth Project will create a sustainable and culturally relevant pedagogy, through education and staff support using accessible workshops and community partnerships while employing culturally appropriate educational models to strengthen NYP's organizational framework, ultimately implementing these practices to further empower youth.Read MoreNORTHERN YOUTH PROJECT
Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEC) will work with Kha'p'o Community School 6th graders to author an educational children's book about the Jemez Mountains and will develop field trips aligned with the book to introduce Northern New Mexico students to the geology and habitats of the Jemez Mountains.Read MorePAJARITO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
This program deliver a community-based education, which includes cultural, social, and academic services for the connection of community and school that will enhance student learning and cultural heritage.Read MorePUEBLO OF TESUQUE
Reading Quest provides free, school-based, individual weekly tutoring, and two-week-long summer camps, for public school students who are struggling with reading, using Structured Literacy, an evidence-based practice based on the science of reading.Read MoreREADING QUEST
Santa Fe Public School teachers will explore culturally and linguistically responsive instruction and critical bilingual literacies through the SFPS En Comunidad Collective.Read MoreSANTA FE PUBLIC SCHOOLS