Educating all children around the world is a cause dear to library specialist Barbara Hopkins.
Students, professors and businesswomen met Tuesday at Utah Valley University to hear from House Speaker Becky Lockhart, R-Provo, and House Minority Leader Jennifer Seelig, D-Salt Lake, about ways... Read more »
A new survey by the Financial Times has ranked one of the University of Utah's Executive MBA program No. 30 nationally and No. 95 globally. Read more »
There are things those with an interest in student loans — prospective students and their parents and grandparents — can do to avoid the worse outcomes. Read more »
Big results may come in small packages. Is Bill Gates surprised? Read more »
A northeastern Pennsylvania school district opened with tightened security Monday after the suspect in a deadly police ambush was believed to have been spotted near one of its campuses. Read more »
The poorest of the poor in many Third World countries send their kids to private schools, British researcher claims
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai was a student in a low-cost private school for poor families. . Read more »
Lily Eskelsen Garcia, president of the National Education Association and keynote speaker for the UEA convention, said she sees hope in teachers' ability to reclaim their authority as experts and... Read more »
The Salt Lake County Health Department has said that any possibility of bacterial meningitis at Copper Canyon Elementary School has been ruled out. Read more »
One national poll says teachers are happy with Common Core; another poll in Tennessee says they are not. Read more »
A feminist media critic who canceled a speaking appearance at Utah State University on Wednesday claims the school failed to warn her of a threat made against her. Read more »
Students from the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind gathered outside City Creek Center on Wednesday to raise awareness of the visually impaired and blind in honor of White Cane Safety Day. Read more »
State lawmakers are revisiting the possibility of creating a pilot program intended to allow parents more flexibility in funding a customized education for their children. Read more »
The University of Utah will host a summit next week on current issues facing Africa. Read more »
Award-winning author Steven Sheinkin has been announced as the guest author for this year's Davis Reads program in the Davis School District. Read more »
For the second year in a row, the National Scholastic Press Association has selected the Warrior Ledger of Taylorsville High School as a Pacemaker finalist. Read more »
Textbooks are expensive, easily costing $300 for one book. The student have reacted by declining to buy, which is sending prices even higher. Read more »
A prominent feminist scheduled to speak at Utah State University on Wednesday canceled her presentation, citing Utah gun laws, after an email threatening a campus shooting was sent to the school. Read more »
Suicide, substance abuse, bullying and Internet safety are being addressed in seven parent seminars scheduled in the Davis School District. Read more »
Salt Lake Community College will host Cheryl Strayed, author of New York Times best-seller "Wild," as a guest speaker for the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics. Read more »
Paying for one’s college tuition by going online and using a credit card sounds super convenient. But it’s also a really easy way to get hit with hundreds of dollars in extra fees. Read more »
Dut Bior, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, has devoted every free minute to help in his foundation support the education of African refugees. His goal is to help 27,000 of them someday — the... Read more »
The business of Florida's 12 public universities is supposed to be public like any other state agency. Salaries, contracts, policies and other university business records are supposed to be subject... Read more »
The State School Board made a motion Friday to offer the vacant position of superintendent of public instruction to Brad Smith, the current superintendent of the Ogden School District. Read more »
There are ways to trim the bite of college costs without resorting to jimmying open parking meters or begging for an audience with the scholarship fairy. Read more »
Four candidates were interviewed Thursday by the Utah Board of Education for the position of superintendent of public instruction. The board is expected to make a selection Friday. Read more »
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