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A new rule adopted by the State School Board that would allow schools to hire people with professional expertise but who may not have teaching experience sparked debate among teachers, administrators and educat...
Ameritech College Healthcare is a Draper-based private college whose nursing program reached its 10th anniversary this year. The program is geared toward nontraditional students.
Members of Utah's congressional delegation are sponsoring a proposal that would allow mountain biking in wilderness areas.
The majority of Utahns support paying more in income taxes to provide additional money for students, teachers and classrooms, a new poll shows.
A former employee of the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind spent more than $67,000 in donated and state funds on personal purchases from 2012 to 2016, then took steps to conceal the transactions, according to...
Salt Lake Community College's Redwood Campus was identified as the site for a protest in conjunction with the Black Lives Matter movement by groups claiming to be affiliated with the global "hacktivist" group A...
In the midst of an intensifying teacher shortage, Utah lawmakers and education leaders are looking for ways to improve collaboration between K-12 and higher education when it comes to preparing new teachers.
W. Bryan Bowles announced his retirement late Tuesday after a 14-year tenure as superintendent of the Davis School District.
Students, teachers and researchers are working together this week to find out more about water issues in the state through iUTAH, a program funded by the National Science Foundation.
About 15 people gathered in Provo for a vigil on Sunday to show support for law enforcement and to call for civil discussions of police accountability.