RIO RANCHO, N.M. — It is no secret New Mexico has high-performing schools and low-performing schools, just like every other large public school system or sector with 800-plus options.

Whether restaurants, health care, hotels, universities or cars, we rely on the government or third-party organizations to provide more information than we would be able to get on our own, allowing us to make more informed decisions.

Yet, over the past few weeks, our political educational leaders have muddled this by making consequential decisions on how we name the performance of our state’s schools.

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First, they repealed New Mexico’s A-F grading system for schools, a naming system that over the past seven years had become familiar to our educators, parents and

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