Education Post-Pandemic

Since the outbreak of coronavirus and the closure of schools, we’ve heard too many parents say that they’re losing control of their children’s education. Americans for Prosperity – New Mexico invites you to have a discussion on how to get that control back, and make sure that our kids are growing and learning.

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