Utah’s governor and attorney general assured Tuesday that the state’s adoption of the Common Core did not violate any laws and has not compromised the state’s control over its own curriculums.
Parents rebuked Salt Lake City school board members Tuesday night, accusing them of “bullying” anyone who seeks answers as to why the district dumped dozens of kids’ lunches in January.
As a boy, Kodey Hughes didn’t think much about his future because it didn’t seem very promising.
More Utahns oppose than support new Common Core academic standards — but many also don’t understand them, according to the results of a new UtahPolicy.com poll.
Pleasant Grove • The first day of school at Spectrum Academy on Tuesday looked slightly different from others around the state.
Preliminary results of Utah’s new school testing system are out — and, to the surprise of no one, they’re not exactly stellar.
Former English teacher Brianne Altice has been charged with three additional first-degree felonies after another student claimed he had sex with her.
Angst over Utah’s adoption of Common Core academic standards is about to spill into the courtroom.
After more than two hours of heated debate, the state school board voted Thursday evening to postpone a decision about whether to return to the unpopular federal education law No Child Left Behind.
A rejected state school board candidate is suing the governor, saying he and others shouldn’t have been knocked out of the running because of their opinions.
State education leaders are considering abandoning Utah’s waiver to the No Child Left Behind law, partly as a statement about federal interference in Utah schools.