Since 2011, Governor Martinez has worked to help more students graduate on time and prepared to take jobs our state community needs. Governor Martinez has enacted higher education reforms that include performance funding to incentivize degree completion at our higher education institutions, a transfer credit overhaul to make sure students receive credit that counts toward their degree if they change schools, and a statewide AP credit policy endorsed by our public institutions to give high school students greater clarity in predicting what college credit their AP exam score earns them. Under Governor Martinez’ leadership, New Mexico announced its first-ever state attainment goal called “Route to 66,” setting our state on a path toward 66% percent of working-age New Mexicans holding a post-secondary credential.