University officials unveiled the newly renovated Wall Mansion on Wednesday, which will now be known as the Thomas S. Monson Center after the current president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Whether they were ninth-graders or members of the senior class, all students at Skyridge High School on Monday morning shared the common experience of finding their way around a brand new school, which opened with 2,350 students and counting.
A federal judge's decision in Texas to temporarily block the Obama administration from enforcing new guidelines meant to expand restroom access for transgender students across the country drew praise and criticism in Utah on Monday.
Paul J. Weber, Associated Press | Posted Aug 22nd - 3:21pm
A federal judge in Texas has blocked the Obama administration's order that requires public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity.
With students preparing to return to class on Wednesday, the Utah Department of Transportation is warning people near the Mountain View Corridor to be aware of potential hazards posed by projects near schools.
Canyons School District launched a new initiative to help raise student graduation rates. The initiative kicked off with a seven-week boot camp for ninth-grade students prepping for their first year at Hillcrest High School.
Awaiting word of the Jordan School Board's position on a $240 million tax incentive to entice Facebook to locate a data center in West Jordan, the State School Board held off taking a position on the plan Friday.
The State School Board gave final approval Friday to a rule that creates an alternate path to teacher licensing. Prospective teachers would be mentored and supervised by veteran teachers for three years to receive a license.
A new rule adopted by the State School Board that would allow schools to hire people with professional expertise but who may not have teaching experience sparked debate among teachers, administrators and education organizations.
The wildly popular Pokémon Go craze has no doubt swept the globe. Now some Utah children who normally wouldn't have the chance are playing the game a new way, and it's all thanks to some creative college minds.