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A BYU student interning in Paris was attending a soccer match when the attacks began. Read more »
School officials are making plans to switch its high schools to a 5-by-5 schedule next year, meaning students will have one more class each day. Read more »
Sen. Aaron Osmond, R-South Jordan, will resign from the Utah Legislature to lead the Utah College of Applied Technology, college leaders announced Thursday. Read more »
Utah State University has been awarded a $7.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Family Assistance to fund relationship and fatherhood education... Read more »
Utah citizens and their representatives in the Legislature recognize the importance of education and that it must be improved and funded adequately. Read more »
Protesters rallied and marched Thursday, calling for free tuition at public universities, cancellation of all student debt, and implementation of a $15 minimum hourly wage for university employees. Read more »
Salt Lake City education leaders on Thursday announced plans for a new community learning center at Lincoln Elementary School thanks to a private donation, as well as services by local health and... Read more »
America's classrooms are changing. Here's a look at the race/ethnicity and gender breakdown of Utah's schools. Read more »
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality has announced the five Utah student winners for the 2016 National Radon Poster Contest. Each winner received $100 for themselves and $100 for their school. Read more »
Up to 100 kids involved circulating over 300 images, as criminal charges may be filed in sexting scandal at a Colorado high school. Read more »
In light of the Veterans Day holiday, the Utah-based Western Governors University announced a nationwide scholarship fund of $125,000 for veterans and their spouses enrolling for the first time. Read more »
These four books that have crossed our desks recently share stories about World War I and World War II and are for middle grade and young adult readers. Read more »
Charter schools now account for more than 10 percent of Utah's public school student population, and the number of low-income students declined this year by roughly 5,000 students, according to... Read more »
John S. Tanner was inaugurated as the 10th president of Brigham Young University-Hawaii during a Nov. 10 ceremony on the Laie campus. Read more »
The Salt Lake chapter of an international volunteer group called Results includes many passionate citizens committed to improving health, education and economic conditions in the U.S. and... Read more »
Open enrollment in the Murray School District for the 2016-17 school year will run Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, through Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, for all nonresident students. Read more »
James and Bonnie Quigley, with added support from the Deloitte Foundation, have created a $1.5 million professorship at Utah State University’s School of Accountancy in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Read more »
It's a question of balance, say authors of a new book on raising literate kids in a world of ubiquitous digital devices. Read more »
University of California President Janet Napolitano is asking the system's governing board for permission to enroll 5,000 more California residents next fall at the nine campuses that serve... Read more »
Venezuelan students feel a measure of resistance from their home country while studying abroad, and ripples from Venezuela's turbulent financial state have made it difficult for them to keep their... Read more »
Around 800 high school students attended the Northern Utah STEM Career Exposition on Monday. The expo stressed getting a degree based on an intended job, instead of getting a job based on a degree. Read more »
The retiring director of the super-size, uber-impressive, award-winning American Fork High School Marching Band, John Miller, says it's always been about the kids and for the kids. Read more »
The president of the University of Missouri system resigned Monday with the football team and others on campus in open revolt over what they saw as his indifference to racial tensions at the school. Read more »
COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri officials say the football team will resume its regular activities following the resignation of the university system president. Athletics Director... Read more »
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Utah State University and the University of Utah ranked among the top "most impressive" historic college campuses in the country in a recent report by College Value Online. Read more »
An economic engine. A jumpstart for lower-income students. A partnership with businesses to groom a workforce. The idea of free community college has been touted as all these, by President Barack... Read more »
Lawmakers and education leaders are setting their sights on new funding and policies for early childhood education as they prepare for the 2016 legislative session convening in January. Read more »
Late one night at the University of Mississippi power plant, William Faulkner turned over a wheelbarrow, used it as a makeshift table and began writing the classic novel "As I Lay Dying" —... Read more »
School Stickers, an online store that provides school reward certificates, stickers and badges to more than 10,000 schools worldwide, recently published a study revealing the naughtiest and nicest... Read more »
Michelle Obama's message for high school seniors fretting about their college prospects is simple. Read more »
Surge in college attendance came when jobs were scarce, but college gamble has not paid off for thousands. Read more »
The integration of arts into STEM sounds like a no-brainer. How could a multidisciplinary approach combining science and humanities not improve upon what each could offer alone? But there are also... Read more »
After a racist thread on social media sparked outrage on a quiet Washington state campus, college officials sent students home a day early for the Thanksgiving holiday. Read more »
A series of events in Palo Alto, California, has some questioning parental and community pressures to excel in wealthy high-tech community. Read more »
Sixty-six percent of American 4-year-olds are enrolled in early childhood education, placing the United States well below average compared to other developed countries at a time of increasing focus... Read more »
Much of the battle centers on sodium: Is it a necessary ingredient to make food taste good, or an unhealthy "cheap trick" to cover lousy ingredients? Read more »
Join the Davis County Library for a night of storytelling for the entire family. Read more »
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