Tuesday evening's State of the Schools address from Santa Fe Public Schools staff focused on the successes the District has made in recent years. District leaders pointed to achievements such as an increased graduation rate and the addition of new schools and new programs within schools to prepare students for the workforce. While they've made great gains, school district Superintendent Joel Boyd said, the pace isn't fast enough and the work is far from done. He and Board of Education President Linda Trujillo spoke to the need to accelerate their efforts to see all students starting kindergarten on the same level, enriching their education throughout school, and graduating ready for careers.

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Category:KSFR News -- posted at: 11:14am MST