Fifth-graders from the Edith Bowen School in Logan were in Grand Teton National Park this week, helping gather to scientific data along with graduate students from the Teton Science School in Jackson, Wyoming.
A swarm of red T-shirts was the prominent feature at a rally Saturday at the Utah Education Association's headquarters in Murray, where proponents of a ballot initiative cheered support for more education funding and then went door to door.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | PostedOct 11th - 7:32pm
Every edition of the The Daily Utah Chronicle, University of Utah’s student newspaper, for its first 100 years of existence is now available online, adding to the growing number of Utah newspapers digitized to be available to the public.
On Tuesday, Gov. Gary Herbert was on handball assignment to visit hundreds of happy students in Salt Lake City. One organization partnered with the governor to help students stay active through a special gift.
A state audit report gives good grades to Utah's decade-old mandate that high school graduates satisfy a financial literacy requirement but suggests there's room for improvement of the program's effectiveness and oversight.
The Ron McBride Foundation is supporting Northwest Middle School's Healthy Learners Initiative, contributing funding and moral support to a program intended to close the achievement gap by increasing students access to healthy learning activities.
After two audits critical of Utah public schools' administration of secondary school fees, the State School Board has directed staff to find resources within its office to better monitor schools' compliance to laws and to train educators.
The 10 finalists in the American Dream Ideas Challenge announced Wednesday include a proposal to address Carbon and Emery counties' challenges as well as shared living arrangements among single parents.
The Utah State Board of Education voted Thursday to support restoring public school students' and teachers' access to an educational database shuttered by Utah Education and Telehealth Network after parental complaints about inappropriate content.
Provo City received $500,000 Tuesday as part of more than $70 million in federal grants the U.S Department of Justice awarded to help various state and local agencies across the country improve school security.
Fall headcount at Utah's public colleges and universities neared 184,000 this fall, up nearly 4,000 students from a year ago, according to new numbers released Thursday by the Utah System of Higher Education.
A record $82.6 million in interest earnings from the Permanent State School Fund will be distributed to Utah schools in July 2019, a 12 percent increase over this year's distribution, according to the Office of the Utah State Treasurer.