The structure, politics, and financing of education in New Mexico today.... aquot;not only centers for religious training, but also as places of instruction in reading, writing, singing and the manual artsaquot; (Palm 1930, 33-34). ... Some evidence of formal education has been noted by Bernardo P. Gallegos (1992, 21- 43) m tne post-Pueblo Revolt period. ... American Pueblos and as described by Gallegos aquot;he observed the young doctrinar- ios reading and even teaching othersaquot; (1992, 24).
|Title||:||Public Education in New Mexico|
|Author||:||John B. Mondragón, Ernest S. Stapleton|
|Publisher||:||UNM Press - 2005|