The "roadway up Big Cottonwood Canyon is unsafe for bus travel," a State Division of Risk Management engineer wrote in a letter to Canyons School District, which is considering ending school bus service in the canyon at the end of the school year.
Zions Bank Chief Financial Officer Kay Hall visited Charter High School in West Valley City to help instill teens with financial knowledge and decision-making skills as part of National Teach Children to Save Day.
An elementary school principal who was placed on leave while police investigated a report of misconduct involving a student has decided to retire, Salt Lake City School District officials said Wednesday.
Federal funds for the state's Dual Language Immersion program, among them grants awarded by the National Security Agency, were "mismanaged" by the Utah State Board of Education, a new state audit says.
Bully victimization doesn't only happen during school and after classes, but can happen between school and home when children ride the bus. School districts across the country have found different methods to prevent bullying in school buses.
In just its first two years, the Utah Aerospace Pathways program has found great success in connecting Utah high school students with good paying, sustainable employment in the state's growing advanced manufacturing sector.
A majority of likely voters in the Granite School District would support a property tax increase to maintain, renovate and build new schools, a public opinion poll shows but most want to keep the tax increase to about a $200 hike on an average home.
The Utah Afterschool Network brought about 100 educators, business leaders and local politicians together Friday at the Columbus Community Center to talk about the need for investing in after-school programs in Salt Lake County.
Joanne Bland and Janice Kelsey weren't much older than the Davis High School students they spoke to Thursday when they took part in two key events of the civil rights movement, the march from Selma to Montgomery and the Birmingham Children's Crusade.
A legislative audit released Monday recommends the Utah State Board of Education determine whether a student information system should be privatized given the price tag for eliminating it could reach $7 million the first year.
Students with the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah enacted a scenario to see how they might handle the decision-making and crisis response to a terrorist attack, such as a hijacked plane.
From playing with gak to knocking down stacked cups with a beanbag, Whittier Elementary School observed World Autism Awareness Day on Friday with a variety of party activities that also helped students diagnosed with autism hone skills.