Students make their way down the halls at Granger High School on Monday, November 4, 2013.
Matt Gade, Deseret News
This year, the Deseret News will focus on education in Utah as part of our specialized legislative coverage, from early childhood education to higher education.
The Cannes Film Festival unrolled its red carpet with a socially minded French drama on Wednesday as the usually glitzy festival began on a more serious note after... Read more »
Children facing a crisis at home are more likely to speak to their pets about it, as opposed to their siblings or friends, a study says. The study also found that... Read more »
Students who graduate from elite school get higher-paying jobs out of school, but that's not all there is to it. Read more »
Ben Gowans, a fourth-grade teacher at Park View Elementary in Nebo School District was recognized as a state finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in... Read more »
Utah is leading the nation in closing the gap in high school graduation rates between white students and minority students, according to a national report released... Read more »
The National Institute for Early Education Research released a report this week called “The State of Preschool,” which broke down how much financial... Read more »
WASHINGTON — The African-American boy who grew up without a father, who started his work life as a community organizer on the payroll of a Catholic agency and... Read more »
The Utah State Office of Education announced changes in leadership Tuesday, with Scott Jones stepping in as associate superintendent for business and operations. Read more »
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Meanwhile, bipartisan bill in Congress aims to help preserve native languages. Read more »
President Barack Obama will establish his presidential library on the South Side of Chicago, a part of the city where his political career began and where some of the... Read more »
The Equality of Opportunity Project involved the tracking of millions of families over a period of years and uncovered a direct link between a child’s future... Read more »
A rising share of Hispanics in the United States speak proficient English and the percentage of those speaking Spanish at home has been declining, researchers said... Read more »
Five bills related to the problem of suicide in Utah were ceremoniously signed into law Monday by Governer Gary Herbert as state legislators, government administrators... Read more »
The Nebo School Board took the opportunity to ask the students questions concerning college and career readiness, technology and one-to-one devices, and readiness for... Read more »
According to a new report by the Pew Research Center, the perfect family is smaller than it used to be. Read more »
Westminster women’s basketball coach Shelley Jarrard announced Monday that she has signed four incoming student-athletes to a commitment to join the program for... Read more »
In a rare expression of bipartisanship, two congressmen last week introduced a bill to modernize student privacy protections for students. Read more »
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