This weekend marks one year since The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a
lower age for missionary service. Colleges are
preparing for what happens when a wave of
An anti-bullying program at one Jordan School District school has been so successful, it's expanding to sixth graders around the district this fall, a school counselor familiar with the situation said Thursday.
Utah educators are stepping up their efforts in
keeping children from committing suicide by
looking for their first-ever suicide prevention
specialist. They hope the new position will go
a long way toward stopping a serious issue in Utah.
Numerous lawsuits are being filed over fired UHP trooper Lisa Steed. It raises questions about what the innocent can do to protect their rights when stopped by police, even on a minor traffic violation.
Technology is changing the college admissions process, but not all students are benefiting. Utah schools are trying to address the digital divide facing some students who want to go to college, but may not be tech savvy.
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