Agency enlists New Mexico schools in fight against abuse

EDUCATION WEEK | on Mon, Apr 3, 3:44 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico's child welfare agency is reaching out to school administrators and teachers around the state as part of its Pull Together campaign in hopes of curbing child abuse. Children, Youth and Families Secretary Monique Jacobson has sent letters to 740 schools throughout New Mexico along with packets of information about warning signs, facts sheets on reporting suspected abuse and neglect and posters with contact numbers. Jacobson says reporting suspected abuse and...

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