Program Focus

ECLIPSE is a New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED), Special Education Division (SED) program. It addresses the State Performance Plan Indicator 17, a federal element of the IDEA B below General Supervision. Indicator 17 is a outcomes pushed accountability requirement that applies to all Local Education Agencies. The objective of ECLIPSE is to enhance literacy for kids with disabilities in grades Kindergarten by third grade.

Layers of Support

School groups (together with Ok-3 Special schooling, their normal schooling companions, and faculty principals) obtain teaching and focused help to assist evidence-based practices together with: the implementation of statewide Structured Literacy initiatives; instructor collaboration; knowledge literacy; household engagement; and coaching in management commentary, teaching, and suggestions cycles.

Vision, Mission, Goals, and Values


All college students with disabilities in New Mexico are engaged in prime quality curriculum and instruction that result in the event of lifelong literacy expertise.


ECLIPSE collaborates with educators, communities, and households to make sure college students with disabilities obtain individualized and complete literacy instruction with measurable outcomes.


Increase the studying proficiency of scholars with disabilities in grades Ok-3, as measured by statewide standardized studying assessments.


We attempt to be student-centered, collaborative, responsive, inclusive, and revolutionary.


ECLIPSE helps 77 colleges, together with 40 colleges all through New Mexico and 27 APS colleges.


Coming quickly!


Lisa Creecy (505) 490-2458 and Mary Chappell (505) 690-7237