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    Report: Utah ranks 11th in U.S. for charter school policy

    Utah charter school policy ranks 11th in the nation, scoring a B grade, according to the Center for Education Reform.

     

    Utah voters support increasing taxes for education, poll says

    Most Utah voters support increasing income taxes to fund education, according to a new poll commissioned by Exoro and the University of Utah's Center for Public Policy and Administration.

     

    SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

    Report: Utah gets a 'D' for teacher preparation

    Utah and most other states have a long way to go when it comes to better preparing teachers for the classroom, according to a report released Wednesday.

     

    More than half of Utahns favor teachers packing heat at school

    Nearly six out of 10 Utahns believe teachers should be allowed to pack firearms in the classroom.

     

    Extended Learning Program meetings set for S.L. District

    The Salt Lake City School District will hold meetings to explain the middle school testing process for its Extended Learning Program later this month.

     

    S.L. school district seeks entries for high school logos

    The Salt Lake City School District is seeking entries for new logos for East, West and Highland high schools.

     

    DESERET NEWS

    Utah school lunches getting healthier, but pricier

    Students heading back to school in some districts will feel the impact of a new federal law regulating the cost and nutritional value of school lunch programs when they go to pay for their meal.

     

    SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

    Lawmakers continue to hear from Common Core opponents

    Lawmakers heard, again, on Wednesday from national speakers about the quality of new Common Core academic standards.

     

    Murray students may get another chance at Portuguese

    Families left in the lurch when the Murray School District abruptly canceled its Portuguese dual immersion program this month may get another chance to enroll their students for the 2013-14 school year.

     

       
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