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For the past month, West High School students have taken college preparation exams at a space provided by The Gateway. The school is one of a handful that doesn't have room to administer all tests.
Utah is well ahead of the national curve of millennials becoming the largest living generation this year, according to a Utah Foundation report released Thursday.
Utah's population grew by more than 40,000 people from July 2013 to July 2014, with a five-year growth rate that ranks fourth in the nation, according to estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau Wednesday e...
Educators and lawmakers met Wednesday to discuss the development of Utah's comprehensive 10-year plan for education, which is expected to be complete this fall.
A funding agreement is developing between North Salt Lake and two utility companies to pay for repairs on a landslide, though approval of the plan was tabled at a City Council meeting Tuesday.
Utah educators hope a modest but well-placed boost in funding will strengthen the relationship between public schools and higher education, helping more students enroll and succeed in college.
Westminster College, now in its second year of its five-year strategic plan, is bucking the national trend of private colleges struggling financially due to rising operating costs and other strains.
American Leadership Academy's choir illustrates the growing popularity in show choirs while teaching students skills they can apply to other facets of their lives.
This fall, Southern Utah University will begin its Jumpstart GE program, which will allow a group of incoming freshmen to complete their general education requirements in one year, a process that normally takes...
Utah's colleges and universities are expected to gain about 50,000 students or more by the year 2024, according to enrollment projections presented to the Utah State Board of Regents on Friday.