Faculty in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction are involved in a number of programs and projects addressing the needs of our children.
BoCES: Borderlands Center for Educational Studies
The primary goals of BoCes are production of knowledge, community service, and policy development, particularly in the areas of SPED/ELL and dropout prevention.
Children’s Reading Foundation of Doña Ana County (external website)
The Children’s Reading Foundation of DAC is a community-driven, county-wide project that promotes the message, “Read to a Child Every Day” and focuses on improving literacy throughout Doña Ana County.
Don and Sarrah Kidd Annual Literacy Conference
Each year the Language, Literacy and Cultural Program sponsors the Annual Don & Sarrah Kidd Literacy Conference. The conference usually takes place during the Spring Semester and features speakers from around the nation.
Myrna’s Children’s Village
Myrna’s Children’s Village offers early care and education programs for NMSU students, faculty, staff, and community families and children, six weeks to five years of age. Through a variety of program options for infants, toddlers, and preschool children, families have choices to meet the childcare and educational needs of their young children.
College of Education Institute for Early Childhood Studies
The mission of the Institute for Early Childhood Studies is to inform, support, and encourage effective early childhood education practices in New Mexico.
Institute for Math and Science Education The Institute for Math and Science Education includes a broad range of mathematics and science research and outreach grants. The institute is a long-term leadership effort to build and coordinate K-20 STEM Education efforts at NMSU and across the state of New Mexico. The institute fulfills NMSU’s land grant mission by serving over 20 partner districts and their schools from Raton to Hobbs to Gadsden.