Espanola Public Schools is a public school district located in Espanola, NM. It has 3,728 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 10% of students are at least proficient in math and 19% in reading.
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Espanola Public Schools Reviews
New facilities are needed throughout the district. While I was attending high school at Espanola Valley High school, I was never pleased with the level of education. I always felt that some of the teachers within the district decided to tailor their study plans to my peers abilities, which was lower than students who wanted to be taught more, like myself. The only teachers that helped teach me more and did not change their level of course work were the history teachers.
The teachers all definitely try their hardest to teach us and really do care. Unfortunately, school policies and district agendas prevent us from really feeling prepared for college.
It think Espanola Public Schools could be great if they focused more on education rather than what kind of uniforms and equipment the basketball teams get. I also think it would be better if the administration kept personal agendas out of their work life. The focus should be on good education and getting the students to graduate. People allow politics get in the way of giving the students a real chance at a good education. I honestly think the only reason some these students actually learn anything or get anywhere is because of their willingness to work hard or because some of the teachers refuse to let a student down by not actually educating them. The teachers don't give up on students and I believe that really helps. The administration needs to make students futures and education first.