Lawmakers are looking at creating a standardized assessment for teachers amid concern over a Utah State Board of Education rule adopted in June that allows schools to hire people without formal training to be teachers.
The Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute officially dedicated the newly opened $45 million Lassonde Studios, a unique facility that allows business-minded students to express their creative ideas and launch companies in state-of-the-art living spaces.
Assistant attorney general Nicole Lowe's young life was more like those of the teens she now serves. In her new book, she details her experiences as a runaway in a gothic cult, battling psychological demons in the time between hallucinogenic highs.
Primary Children's Hospital has always offered educational and tutoring services, but the opening of the School Zone, a one-room school at the hospital, gives patients a sense of normalcy and helps them stay on track with their schoolwork.
The Utah Department of Transportation Wednesday unveiled a new technology that lets school crossing guards add extra “walk” time to a crosswalk signal during peak commuting periods, increasing safety for students getting across busy streets.
We talk about getting more students, especially women, into the sciences. But there's a group of Americans facing even tougher challenges. Now, a U of U program is empowering Native American college students to pursue careers in science and medicine.
The 2016 BYU freshman class earned an average score of 29 on the ACT, 1280 on the SAT and a 3.85 GPA. BYU accepted 53.5 percent of the 13,408 who applied. Meanwhile, continuing a recent trend, the school has more Utahns and fewer Californians.
When KSL first featured Rice in 1981, the then-16-year-old Stuart Evan Rice had become the first ever euphoniumist to solo with the Utah Symphony’s “Salute to Youth” program. Thirty-five years later, he'll march with SUU's band.
Finding a good job out of high school can be challenging. For people on the autism spectrum, it can often be a traumatic experience. But a Utah program is helping young adults with autism find friends and jobs.
Horrific school shootings in recent years have stirred up a big question that many companies, including some in Utah, have been trying to answer: What's the best way to keep kids safe in their classrooms?