Education Archive

Herbert Critical of Several Legislative Proposals

(KCPW News) In a press conference on Wednesday, Governor Gary Herbert expressed some difference in opinion with Utah legislators on several key

Pre-K Extension Proposal Passes Hurdle

(KCPW News) A bill that would extend preschool to at-risk students gained the favor of a House committee on Thursday after about

Utah Democrats Lay Out Priorities for 2014

(KCPW News) In preparation for the Utah legislative session convening next week, Democrats from the House of Representatives and Senate held a

Students March for Youth on MLK Day

(KCPW News) Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, created in 1983, has become an occasion to recognize the highest virtues embodied by Dr.

Group: Utah Education Policy Gets a D+

(KCPW News) In an annual state policy report card, Utah wasn’t given much to be proud of. The state received an overall

High Schoolers Jockey to be ‘Fastest Geek’

(KCPW News) Students at Hunter High School in West Valley competed in the sixth annual Fastest Geek Contest on Friday. Students who

Governor Herbert Hosts Education Summit

(KCPW News) Governor Gary Herbert held a first-ever after-school faculty meeting on Wednesday. The education summit was meant to shed light on

University of Utah Creates Shoshone Language Video Game

(KCPW-August 23, 2013) August 14 was National Navajo Code Talker Day. It’s a day commemorating the role of Navajo code talkers who

Natural History Museum Explores Science of Natural Disasters

(KCPW News) The Natural History Museum of Utah unveils a new travelling exhibit this weekend. The interactive feature, called Nature Unleashed: Inside

Educators Speak Out Against Utah Efforts to Control Public Lands

(KCPW News) On Tuesday, Governor Herbert testified before a congressional subcommittee about Utah’s bid to manage federal public lands in the state.