Education Archive

College Students Will Pay More for Waffling on Choice of Major

Utah college students who wait too long to pick a major will soon have to pay more to complete their degree due

Davis School District Going to Court Over Library Book

The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah is taking the Davis School District to court over a library book. The ACLU filed

High School Students Explore University Science

On Saturday, hundreds of high school students got their first taste of being on a college campus, and heard about scientific research

Matheson Takes Love to Task on Federal Special Ed Funding

Utah Congressman Jim Matheson took aim today at the plan of his Republican opponent to cut $750 billion dollars in federal spending,

Utah Lawmakers Consider New Sex Ed Training

Utah students may no longer be the only ones getting a lesson in sex education. Lawmakers are considering new human sexuality and

Governor Holds Education Summit

A high school education is not enough. That was the message being echoed at the Governor’s Education Summit Today (Monday) at Salt

Overall Enrollment at Public Colleges and Universities Dips Slightly for Fall Semester

Since 2008, Utah’s public colleges and universities have seen record enrollment increases, averaging about 18 percent. But this year paints a different

Shumway Concerned about Funding, Education Governance in Final State of Education Address

“We cannot have the best school system in the country and be the lowest in the country in funding.” State Superintendent Larry

Weber State University Gets New President

Weber State University has a new President. The state Board of Regents has selected Dr. Charles A. Wight, who is currently Associate

Utah Congressman Rob Bishop Returns to the Classroom For a Day

Before he was a politician, he was a teacher, and Tuesday, Utah Congressman Rob Bishop took on that role again by holding