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Sign Language Interpreter Job Posting - Rio Rancho, NM Public Schools

Job Posting

2014/2015 School Year

Minimum Qualifications


  • Current New Mexico Department of Education license.
  • Completion of an accredited interpreter training program, or equivalent.
  • Three years’ experience as a sign language interpreter.
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9/11/01 and School Archives

I know that many schools across the country will be teaching on this topic today. Even the students who are Seniors during this school year do not really remember the time before 9/11/01, and rely on oral histories from their immediate families as well as primary source materials available in their community. 387 more words

School History

Homeschool is more popular than private school in this state

In North Carolina, the number of homeschoolers has now surpassed the number of students attending private schools.

That statistic may seem shocking if you’ve been a stranger to the growth of the homeschooling movement, which has rapidly increased in recent decades.

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K-12 Education

An Economy Doing Half Its Job

The Harvard Business School has just conducted its third alumni survey on U.S. competitiveness and finds “An Economy Doing Half Its Job.”  “Our report on the findings focuses on a troubling divergence in the American economy: large and midsize firms have rallied strongly from the Great Recession, and highly skilled individuals are prospering.  271 more words

Jack Heidel

Transparency Still Missing in the New K-12 School Funding Formula

Once again California’s new funding formula for K-12 schools — the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) — will be the focus of the State Board of Education (SBE) meeting… 322 more words


California Appeals Vergara Anti-Tenure Ruling

California Governor Gerry Brown has appealed a state judge’s horrendous ruling that threw out teacher job protection laws on the ground that they deprived students of their constitutional rights.  1,025 more words


The new WSGC Newsletter for Teachers is out

The latest issue of our e-letter for teachers is out! Observe the moon, celebrate Earth Science Week, volunteer as a teen leader and help select speaker topics for PSC’s Pacific Science Center Teen Science Café, and more.

K-12 Education