Abandoned by Friend and Colleague Gail Evans

June 30, 2016, Mónica Ortiz Uribe announced to thousands of poor Latino and migrant worker families that the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled in favor of requiring Worker's Compensation for farm and ranch employees. Attorneys from the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, an Albuquerque nonprofit, led the charge. [legal decision] Farm and ranching is dangerous … Continue reading Abandoned by Friend and Colleague Gail Evans

New Mexico is a Sh^thole Place for Teachers, Students and Families

UPDATE 7.24.18: More than half of New Mexico’s public high school juniors cannot read on grade-level and the state has the lowest high school graduation rate in the country. State judge Sarah Singleton ruled the state now has 60 days to devise a plan that the court must approve that aims to help make all students — including those … Continue reading New Mexico is a Sh^thole Place for Teachers, Students and Families