Dual Language Education of New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

Improve the outcomes for multilingual children in New Mexico by developing dual language bright spots that build on their cultural and linguistic capital

Jan. 1, 2013 - Dec. 31, 2015

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

New Mexico





Through dual language education, New Mexico reclaims the past and invests in the future

In New Mexico, with the nation’s highest percentage of Hispanic residents the sudden loss of Spanish and indigenous languages might seem surprising.

New Mexico

Dual Language Education of New Mexico

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“Empleen el dinero del modo en que crean conveniente, siempre y cuando promueva la salud, la felicidad y el bienestar de los niños.” - Will Keith Kellogg

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