Department of Education Releases Resources on Improving School Climate

Free, First-of-Their-Kind Tools Will Support Enhanced Learning Environments for all Students

The U.S. Department of Education today released new school climate surveys and a quick guide on making school climate improvements to help foster and sustain safe and supportive environments that are conducive to learning for all students.

The ED School Climate Surveys (surveys) and the Quick Guide on Making School Climate Improvements will enable states, local school districts, and individual schools to collect and act on reliable, nationally-validated school climate data in real-time. These new, free and adaptable resources will enable educators, administrators, and school system leaders to understand and create environments where every child can be successful.

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Governor's Proclamation - Lights On Afterschool Day - October 26, 2017

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Safe and Healthy Schools Bureau

Healthier kids make better students.
Better students make healthier communities.

For information on wellness (nutrition) programs and resources, please go to Student Nutrition.

Supportive School Discipline Guidance

Health Education Graduation Requirement Guidance

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Health Education Graduation Requirement Guidance Document

Athletics Equity Act Requirements

2015-2016 New Mexico Athletics Equity Act Districts and Charters Completed Forms | Summary Report

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: An E-Learning for School Personnel and Health Providers

The New Mexico Parent Guide