Education as the Cornerstone to Change

Shepherd, Shawn
December 2002
New Mexico Business Journal;Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p34
Trade Publication
Presents an update on the educational sector in New Mexico as of December 2002. Estimation of the part of the population who need literacy and basic education services; Efforts done by the state to improve its education sector; Increase in the level of education required by the labor market.


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