A U. symposium Thursday brought experts from around the country together to weigh-in on the future of America's public universities. The event was part of a slate of activities planned to celebrate the upcoming inauguration of President Ruth Watkins.
The Utah State Board of Regents will ask Utah lawmakers for an appropriation of nearly $6 million to begin the process of placing college access advisers in every high school in the state by the 2021-22 school year.
A legislative audit of secondary school fees found "widespread and varied violations of state law" by the State School Board and local boards of education, high schools and charter schools, according the audit made public on Tuesday.
When Alyssa Woodward accepted her diploma at West Jordan High School’s graduation last spring, her parents weren’t in the audience cheering for her. They’ve both been out of the picture since she started kindergarten.
The percentage of Utah public school students proficient in language arts and mathematics was largely unchanged from 2017, according to 2018 SAGE test data released Thursday by the Utah State Board of Education.
Gov. Gary Herbert, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sydnee Dickson and the CEO of Envision Utah issued a plea Wednesday to Utah educators currently not teaching to return to the profession to help address the state's teacher shortage.
Joseph Witham, St. George News | PostedSep 12th - 9:05am
Population growth in the St. George metropolitan area has outpaced the Washington School District’s projections, prompting officials to propose a $125 million bond to pay for more schools and much-needed maintenance and upkeep projects.