New Mexico School for the Deaf is under investigation by watchdog.org since they have found that there is “precious little student data online”.
[According to watchdog.org]: In fact, a New Mexico Watchdog investigation could find precious little student data online from the New Mexico School for the Deaf and the New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
The third school funded with land grant dollars, the New Mexico Military Institute, offers a large amount of student statistics on its website, including test score results, but other measures such as enrollment and retention numbers were not found.
Since they were founded as land grant schools before New Mexico even became the nation’s 47th state, the three schools are not directly under the Public Education Department’s umbrella. Yet all three receive millions in state funding.
|NM’s schools for deaf and visually impaired provide little online data
NUMBERS, PLEASE: There is very little student data available online from the NM School for the Deaf or the NM School for the Blind and Visually Impaired but officials at both schools say they will fix that. By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog.
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