Discussion Topic: Education

No Need for New Permanent Fund in New Mexico

No Need for New Permanent Fund in New Mexico

The following appeared in the Las Cruces Sun-News on September 15. While there are a number of bad ideas being put forth in Santa Fe to use a portion of the oil and gas surplus, the idea of creating a new permanent fund Budget analysts in New Mexico expect the...

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NM spends 2nd most in nation on higher education ALREADY

NM spends 2nd most in nation on higher education ALREADY

With Gov. Lujan-Grisham having proposed "free" college, it is worth noting that New Mexico already spends more per $1,000 of personal income than any other state in the nation beside Wyoming. What results have those dollars generated? Will "free" college make a big...

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The following appeared at KRWG.org on August 29, 2019. Like all New Mexicans, we at the Rio Grande Foundation want to see an improved K-12 system in place. I have two daughters in traditional public school. While concerned about the quick turnover at the top of the...

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RGF report on UNM/NMSU sports teams generates coverage

RGF report on UNM/NMSU sports teams generates coverage

The Rio Grande Foundation earned some serious news coverage recently in its critique of the "major" college sports programs at UNM and NMSU. In taking the position that student fees and taxpayer dollars should not be diverted to prop up sports programs we put fort the...

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