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DLeNM’s Work and Communication During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The leadership and staff of Dual Language Education of New Mexico is concerned about its community.  Our plan is to continue to communicate directly with partner school leadership and those registered for planned upcoming events.  Related updates on scheduled meetings and trainings will be sent directly to those registered. We will also post updates on our website, intranet.dlenm.org, any related online registration pages, and on social media. Communication will either verify that events are moving forward as planned, being rescheduled, or moving to a new format (i.e., virtual communities).  These are challenging times! DLeNM is committed to its mission and our work, however, the health and safety of our community members continue to be our top priority.  

The State of New Mexico and the Government of the United States are both recommending the following resources for better understanding of the Coronavirus or Covid-19.  

Visit the World Health Organization (WHO)
Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Upcoming Trainings

AIM4S³™ Level 1 6-day Training


OCDE Project GLAD® Foundations Training

Become a DLeNM Board Member

Fuente 365 Professional Development Platform

Helping educators sustain their dual language professional development initiatives throughout the school year.

Soleado: Promising Practices from the Field

Read up on the latest developments in program design and implementation, instruction and assessment, and much more.

News Feed

Latest news concerning our dual language communities in New Mexico and the U.S.