The 2019 National College Health Assessment indicated nearly 15% of 5,202 students surveyed — representing 3.13% of the Utah system’s spring enrollment — seriously considered suicide in the past 12 months. Nationally, 8.6% of students seriously considered suicide, according to the American College Health Association’s assessment results.
Christina Giardinelli, KSL | PostedSep 13th - 1:07pm
A group of 16 fourth, fifth and sixth graders ditched their school desks at Woodrow Wilson Elementary on Thursday, embarking instead on a robot-building mission at Amazon’s Salt Lake City fulfillment center.
Cody Blowers, St. George News | PostedSep 13th - 9:02am
The parent of a former Desert Hills High School cheerleader says they went to the St. George Police Department with information about an alleged hazing incident after fearing an improper response from the Washington County School District.
Thousands of students formed human chains outside schools across Hong Kong on Monday to show solidarity after violent weekend clashes to push for democratic reforms in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.
Parents, grandparents and representatives of the Utah Eagle Forum, pro-family and anti-abortion groups addressed the Utah State Board of Education Thursday calling a new teacher guide for sex education “inappropriate” and “explicit.”