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P’ôe Pathways Lecture Series

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  • 6 PM
  • Administration Building, Eagle Cafe

Our Kids Deserve Better

Dr. Debbie Reese, Nambé Pueblo

Join us for this engaging speaking event that will focus on what children are taught in schools. Dr. Reese will speak on Wednesday, March 9 at 6:00 p.m. at Eagle Café in the Administration Building. This event is free and open to the public.

P’ôe Pathways at Northern New Mexico College is a collaborative and culturally-responsive project of the Northern Pueblos Institute and the College of Education. The P’ôe Pathways program is designed to establish members of New Mexico’s 22 tribes, pueblos and urban American Indian populations as effective and qualified teachers, counselors and/or administrators in public schools.

For more info, go to poepathways.com or contact Project Manager Dr. Matthew Martinez at (505)747-5458 or Martinez(at)nnmc(dot)edu.

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