Students share their learning experiences

Students at the Taos Education and Career Center (TECC) have a lot to share about their learning experiences. And they got to do just that in their Reading and Writing for Career Pathways class, when they wrote letters to the editor as an assignment.

The Taos News published the first batch of letters in the Nov. 17 edition. Now they are available online. Here is the link: Letters in The Taos News

Another batch will be published in the Nov. 23 edition. Thanks to The Taos News for its support.

We will also be sending other letters to livetaos.com.

As you can read, the students in this class — Nina Gonzales and I co-teach — have had varied experiences. But they feel they have found a rewarding and safe environment at TECC where they can achieve their High School Equivalency and prepare for college or tech school, if that’s their chosen path.

Perhaps you know someone who could benefit from attending TECC. Perhaps you want to get involved in its expanded mission.

TECC will celebrate its new name (it used to be call the Adult Learning Center) at a ribbon cutting and reception Thursday, Dec. 1, 5 to 8 p.m., across the street at the Town of Taos Civic Center, 120 Civic Plaza Drive. There will be music, food, and a chance to meet the staff and students.

—Joan Livingston

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