After 45 days of negotiating bills and budgets, the Utah Legislature wrapped up its business last night at midnight. KCPW’s Jessica Gail
It looks as though many Utah high school students won’t be able to get college credit through concurrent enrollment courses for free
State Superintendent Larry Shumway received a prompt reply to a letter he sent U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan this week. Shumway wrote
A divisive bill that would only allow Utah public schools to teach strictly abstinence-only sexual education is heading to the governor’s desk.
A resolution urging the State Board of Education to thoroughly evaluate its adoption of the Common Core standards developed by several states
Without fail, there’s always one issue that dominates much of the discussion during the Utah Legislature’s annual session: public education. This year,
A proposal to allow personal income tax contributions for elementary schools across Utah was narrowly rejected by the Utah Senate this morning.
A bill that requires individual classrooms in Utah to recite the pledge of allegiance every school day got unanimous support in the
Utah’s failing schools may be getting some help in the form of paraeducators, after a bill to help pay for them cleared
Women who want to be homemakers in Utah should aspire to graduate from college just the same as women who plan to