Jason Hardy
Jason writes on education at a national level for the Deseret News. He earned a degree in cultural anthropology and English (creative writing) from the University of Utah. He also admits to possessing a law degree from the University of Washington School of Law. For more than a decade, Jason served multi-disciplinary research teams focusing on law, environment, anthropology, oncology, veterans affairs and American Indians. Jason has dedicated thousands of hours to improving the lives of animals and mitigating climate change. He is an active listener, reader and creative writer.

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An anti-marriage equality student event will be held at Stanford University next month. The school will pay for it. Before deciding to fund the event, the school was accused of trying to censoring the event bas...
New studies show kids learn advanced material much earlier than previously believed. It may be important to their future growth to teach them math, reading and science at earlier ages.Today's curricula may ca...
A new Obama Administration rule will regulate for-profit colleges. It's intended to protect taxpayers from widespread and egregious fraud and students, many of whom are poor or veterans, from crushing debt and ...
A modest idea 25 years ago is now a central part of the human experience for billions.In the next 10 years, we may see the end of privacy and democracy.Others predict the Web will "flow like electricity" th...
Some say it's "affirmative action for the rich." Colleges are forcing big tuition increases on lower-income students at greater rates than their higher-income peers, according to a new analysis.
Should school officials read the U.S. Constitution for homework?New cases involving hair length, uniforms and anti-abortion photos beg the question;45 years ago this week, the Supreme Court ruled students h...
The ACT just took majority marketshare, and now the College Board is announcing an overhaul of the SAT that will take effect spring 2016.
The Romeike family feared persecution in Germany based on religious beliefs. On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to hear their case. On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security allowed the family to stay i...
A new study finds no evidence to believe claims that babies gain an edge when using "educational" products. Some parents still believed their infants learn more than they would have, however.
Fraternities have come under harsh spotlight in recent months with exposÉs revealing a powerful movement that has skirted legal liability for hazing deaths, sexual assaults and tragic accidents.