Education Profiles

June 2013
Albuquerque: The Magazine;Jun2013, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p113
The article features several educational institutions in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Eye Level Learning Center teaches math and English skills by looking at education from the students' perspective. The importance of one-on-one interaction between students and teachers is reinforced at the New Mexico Highlands University in Rio Rancho. The leadership of the Pima Medical Institute in the field of medical education is also addressed.


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