When it comes to Albuquerque Public Schools, it’s a safe bet there will be differences of opinion, but one thing most can agree on is that the community benefits from hearing compelling stories about our students, staff, and families.
Now, anyone interested in exploring the ins and outs of APS will have that opportunity without ever having to attend a public meeting, schedule appointments with district administrators or scour the internet for information.
The APS Communications Department in partnership with the district’s radio station, KANW 89.1 FM, and a retired teacher have just introduced a new monthly podcast called APS Open Book.
Suicide has become a national epidemic that doesn’t discriminate. When someone young dies entire communities are shaken. At Albuquerque Public Schools more than 18-hundred threat assessments a year are reviewed in hopes of reaching students facing some of life’s most difficult times. Hello, I’m Mark Goodrum, host of the “APS Open Book” podcast. Tune in to learn what APS is doing to save lives, support students and their families. When suicide is the topic, what you know can make all the difference. 1-855-662-7474 or 1-855-NMCRISIS
She’s one of the state’s most influential educational leaders and has what many would consider one of the toughest jobs in America. So, what keeps APS Superintendent Raquel Reedy up at night, how does she feel about the quality of teaching going on in classrooms and what does she have to say to all those critics? I’m Mark Goodrum, answers to those questions and more on the APS Open Book Podcast.
What is the state of safety in the Albuquerque Public Schools? Join us as APS Open Book host, Mark Goodrum sits down with APS Chief Operations Officer, Scott Elder and APS Chief of Police, Steven Gallegos for a conversation about safety procedures, security, and protection of our public schools.