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New Mexico

Reducing crime and improving the economy by ensuring stable childhoods

Pressed with economic challenges, New Mexico’s divided legislature is looking to cut programs across the board. Our members in New Mexico argue that proven programs that help at-risk children should not be among those budget cuts. New Mexico ranks 49th in the nation in child well-being, due to factors such as economic security, health, and education. Programs like voluntary home visiting can improve these outcomes and reduce crime in the years to come.

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April 3, 2017

Social-Emotional Skills in Early Childhood Support Workforce Success

Why business executives want employees who play well with others. Social-emotional skills learned in a child's earliest years will lead to workforce success later in life.

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  1. September 12, 2016

    2016 Citizen-Readiness Index Infographic

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