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SUCCESS Snapshot: Vote Yes for Kids Doña Ana County

Lori Martinez, Las Cruces Sun News | May 14, 2022

"Does anyone pay attention to the back side of the ballot? This election year, flip it over! On Nov. 8, 2022, you have the opportunity to vote on a game-changing measure to increase funds annually for New Mexico childcare providers, early learning programs, and public schools ..."

NMSU Center for Community Analysis reaches new audience with radio partnership

Carlos Andres Lopez, NMSU News Center | November 4, 2021

"The only thing harder than crunching numbers is explaining the results to someone else. But that’s what the data enthusiasts behind New Mexico State University’s Center for Community Analysis do when they compile troves of raw data into detailed reports, maps, interactive dashboards, infographics and newsletters for broad audiences in New Mexico and beyond ..."

Taos County schools asked ‘what if?’ in coming report

Michael Tashji, Taos News | July 26, 2021

"Schools in Taos County are being asked “what if?” in a comprehensive review of the community’s strengths and weaknesses. The “education snapshot” is the work of the Taos School Zone, a community project of the Taos Community Foundation ..."

County partners with community leaders to expand broadband access

Doña Ana County | June 23, 2021

"Even before the pandemic, Doña Ana County was exploring ways to expand access to broadband, Wi-Fi and the Internet into rural and underserved areas. Doña Ana Broadband, DAB is a dedicated multi-agency group with representatives from various organizations that has been discussing the needs to expand broadband availability in our community and how to take advantage of grants now available, to further those efforts ..."

#ConnectNM campaign seeks to expand broadband access to all New Mexicans

From Staff Reports, Las Cruces Sun-News | January 9, 2021

"According to data collected by NMSU’s Center for Community Analysis, 41 percent of households earning less than $20,000 a year are without internet access in the Las Cruces Public School District. That number only increases when looking at Doña Ana’s surrounding more rural districts, according to a news release from the SUCCESS Partnership. In the Gadsden Independent School District, 58% of households in that income bracket lack broadband connectivity; in Hatch Valley Public Schools, it’s 70% ..."

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