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ECHO for CTE (Career Technical Education
1st and 3rd Tuesday, from 3:30pm-4:45pm (MT)

ECHO for Teacher Pipeline
2nd and 4th Tuesday, from 3:30pm-4:45pm (MT)

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Program Description

The goal of this initiative is to increase the expertise of educators in K-12 programs and schools in remote and isolated communities across New Mexico to improve graduation rates, outcomes for students, and the teacher shortage. A team of specialists in Career Technical Education, Teaching and Training Career Pathway programs, college and career counseling, and the multiple Colleges of Education from around the state of New Mexico provide best practices and resources. Participants benefit from receiving recommendations to help them overcome barriers to success and improve programs in their classrooms and schools.

Target Audience

Secondary education teachers, school and central office administrators, counselors, Career Technical Education teachers, and postsecondary instructors and professors.


Program Team

Michael Stanton, PhD
ECHO Education
ECHO Institute, Strategic Support Manager

Stephen Murillo, MBA
ECHO Institute, Program Manager

ECHO Institute is at the University of New Mexico's Health Science Center
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