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This is a public forum where students, their families and educators could spotlight unique success stories. It also provides a central database on Utah high schools that would help inform parents and foster academic competition among schools, much like rankings do for sports and extracurricular activities.
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UVU hopes autism facility, program helps them become 'national leader'

Cassidy Hansen  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:06pm
Utah Valley University announced plans Monday to construct a privately funded facility dedicated to autism on its campus.
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Four-year high school 'a better pedagogical model,' say parents, educators

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jun 28th - 10:45am
The Granite Board of Education is considering proposals to change Cottonwood and Cyprus high schools into 9-12 schools, a model unlike most schools in the Wasatch Front that include only 10th- through 12th-graders.
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Goats provide cheaper, 'greener' landscaping for school district

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Jun 27th - 9:21pm
What costs $2,000, solves a big headache for the Salt Lake City School District and comes with 400 legs? One hundred hungry goats are clearing a hillside the environmentally friendly way — one chomp at a time.
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Girls get hands-on experience at STEM camp

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Jun 23rd - 10:45am
Hundreds of high school-aged girls are attending an engineering camp this summer at the University of Utah. It's just one way to get more girls interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
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Herbert denied veto power over Title I funds by School Board

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jun 21st - 1:35pm
Members of the State Board of Education voted Friday not to support a proposal to give the governor the ability to veto or sign off on Title I funding plans and waivers from federal education laws.
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State Board of Education discusses further changes to school grading

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jun 20th - 10:18am
Members of the Utah State Board of Education gave preliminary approval Thursday to adopt more changes to Utah's school grading system.
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Utah college students take out fewer loans, owe less

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jun 16th - 5:46pm
Utah college students are less likely than students elsewhere to have unpaid student loans upon graduation, and indebted graduates in the state usually owe less than the national average, according to a report by the Utah System of Higher Education.
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Waterford school leader retires after 33 years

Nadine Wimmer  |  posted Jun 14th - 12:30pm
Founder of Waterford cites changes in families for rapid shift in education.
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Officials worry schools will close due to population drop

Associated Press  |  posted Jun 14th - 11:10am
Community leaders in a rural southern Utah county are worried about a steady decline in population that has the school district considering closing schools due to a lack of students.
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Utah high school program helping kids graduate

Ben Dowsett  |  posted Jun 9th - 6:43pm
With Utah high school dropouts numbering in the thousands each year and costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands in the process, one man and his organization aim to find solutions to the problem.
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