New Mexico - State Standards, Teacher Certification, Job Postings
 
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New Mexico
Information on State Teaching Standards, Teacher Certification Requirements, Job Postings, and More
 
 
New Mexico Public Education Department - This is the official site for all things related to K-12 education in the state of New Mexico.  This is a valuable resource for both classroom teachers and homeschooling parents. Please note that this state is part of the Common Core initiative.
 
New Mexico Professional Licensure Bureau - Like the other states, New Mexico requires its teachers to become professionally licensed before teaching in the public school system.  This website guides you through the licensure process.
 
New Mexico Teaching Jobs - Once you have become certified to teach in the state of New Mexico, this is the place to look for teacher vacancies in your preferred grade and content area.
 
 
Click here for free educational materials related to the geography and history of New Mexico.
 
The capital city of New Mexico is Santa Fe.  The state's most populous city is Albuquerque.
 
Some of the United States' most interesting and fruitful Native American cultures flourished in what is now New Mexico.
 
The climate of New Mexico is hot and dry.
 
New Mexico became a state in 1912.
 
The New Mexico State Library is online.  Check out the official website here.
 
 
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