The latest in whiz-bang technology will play out in a shiny new testing lab for the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. The 21,500-square-foot Technical Support Center will celebrate an official opening Tuesday by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert.
When Desange Kuenihira was a young girl growing up in a refugee camp without parents, she was told she had no future and would never even graduate from high school. Wednesday she graduated with her high school diploma and an associate degree.
How far is too far for a junior high student to walk to school? That’s the question being asked by concerned parents in Lehi after the district announced plans to eliminate three bus stops that travel to Willowcreek Middle School.
Internet and telephone service was restored Friday to Salt Lake County schools affected by a CenturyLink internet outage that resulted from fiber that was damaged during utility construction in Draper.
Computer glitches and shutdowns have plagued students taking the RISE assessment test statewide. Now we’re hearing from some teachers who are worried the test scores will be invalid or won’t support the hard work their kids have done in class.
What characteristics should a high school graduates exemplify after attending Utah public schools grades K-12? The new "portrait of a graduate" adopted by the Utah State Board of Education takes "a holistic view" of what is expected of Utah students.
More than 200 eager elementary students in one Salt Lake school received new pairs of name-brand athletic shoes Thursday thanks to a $35,000 donation from Bridge Investment Group and a partnership with Shoes That Fit, a nonprofit based in California.