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Watch the video to learn about Snow College's top notch industrial technology program.

Washington Monthly rates schools based on their contributions to the public good in three broad categories: social mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), research, and service.

Students learn culinary principles and techniques, and have an opportunity to work in a modern, well equipped production kitchen. The Culinary Arts program prepares students for numerous career opportunities.

A new Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) study shows as veterans in Utah attain a greater education, the more they will earn in wages.

Any individual interested in completing a permit for the 2015-16 school year may obtain a permit from the school they wish to attend and begin turning them in on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014, to the desired school.

An all-campus "town hall" meeting is planned for Dec. 4th in the HCC building.

“Winning $7,500 and second place at this national competition is unreal for these UVU students,” said Paige Gardiner, faculty member in the University’s Marketing Department.

The same meals will be made available to all children or adults enrolled at these institutions, at no separate charge regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

To meet the priority deadline, all application documents must be postmarked by December 19, 2014. To meet the final deadline, all application documents must be postmarked by February 2, 2015.

Utah Valley University President Matthew Holland, as well as his Chief of Staff Fidel Montero, spoke to high school seniors about the importance of applying to and enrolling in college.

Utah’s public schools added 9,602 students this school year bringing the total enrollment count to 622,153, according to data released by the Utah State Office of Education.

The Ninth Annual Native American Symposium at Weber State University on Nov. 12 will explore the tension between a highly plugged-in, time-driven life and a life of reflection and mindfulness.

The Utah State Board of Education will conduct a work/study session on Thursday Nov. 6 and hold their regular meeting Friday, Nov. 7 at the Utah State Office of Education

USHE awarded 31,741 degrees and certificates in 2012-13 (most recent data available), which amounts to about ¾ of all degrees and certificates awarded in Utah each year.

The first STEM Utah school assembly, designed to inspire students on the value of STEM education, will broadcast live on Tuesday, October 21 with Bryan Kehl, seven-season NFL linebacker and STEM advocate, as a featured speaker.

The General Financial Literacy standards will go before the Board of Education for final approval on Nov. 7. Public comment is invited until then

The Board of Education seeks comments from public about educator licensing, the disciplinary process for Utah educators, and about presumptions that are used to determine punishments or penalties for educator misconduct.

The Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) is one of six partners working to make education data more accessible and usable through sound and secure practices.

By state statute, the Board is required to submit a unified budget request to the Legislature each year as part of its duty to "provide a high quality, efficient, & economical public system of higher education"

The Utah State Board of Education will interview four finalists for the position of State Superintendent of Public Instruction on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014.

Check out these photos showing the progress of the beautiful new high school in Richfield.

Utah’s Dual Language Immersion program offers a rich bilingual experience for young learners when their minds are developmentally best able to acquire a second language.

The complex will include a 4,800-square-foot research building and electrified quarter mile oval-shaped test track designed to demonstrate in-motion wireless power charging for electric vehicles.

Education to Southern Utah University art professor Deb Snider is a lot like one of her quilts, a body of work deliberately stitched together to create a harmonious design.

One very important aspect of U.S. economic success, prosperity and growth over the decades has been increasing educational attainment of the populace over time.

The Oct. 23-24 event, held at the Chateaux Resort in Deer Valley, Utah, is designed to foster a love of reading and focuses on the difference reading can make in people’s lives.

We’ve all learned the hard way that a tired kid is a cranky kid. And we know quality sleep is important to support a child’s developing immune system.

The Do the Write Thing Challenge offers 7th and 8th grade students an opportunity to examine the impact of youth violence on their lives and communicate in writing what they think should be done to prevent violence.

In a new paper, the researchers report findings from studies using cutting-edge luminescence dating techniques that narrow the time frame for the paintings in the Great Gallery.

The Roundup helps raise funds for the school's low income scholarship fund.

The University worked with DigiCert and Xactware, as well as the Department of Workforce Services, to create a certificate program that prepares students for immediate employment as software testing professionals.

The Utah  Board of Education on Sept. 5 unanimously approved proficiency level cut scores for SAGE. Utah students were administered the new tests in three subject areas in spring 2014.

After a nationwide search and a review of 55 applicants, the Salt Lake Community College Presidential Search Committee has recommended three finalists to the State Board of Regents

The Board has made STEM a priority through several actions in recent years, recognizing the increased value a highly STEM-trained workforce can provide the state’s economy.

Through the Concurrent Enrollment program, students earn both high school credit for graduation and college credit corresponding to the first year at a college or university in the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE).

Chronic absence matters beginning in the early grades and contributes to the academic achievement gap. Missing school has profound implications on the socio-economic vitality of our communities.

“The Malawi project is focused on creating incentives to promote adoption and compliance of conservation agriculture,” said Gregory Parkhurst, the WSU assistant economics professor who is heading the research

The State Charter School Board recognized Sara Layton, English high school teacher at Mountain Heights Academy, as the 2015 Utah Charter School Teacher of the Year.

A group of thought-provoking speakers has been assembled for this year’s event to be held Oct. 29, from 3-8 p.m. at the USU Performance Hall on the Logan campus

With the Tasman Sea on their right and the Totara Park on their left, these 14 Americans — all hailing from Southern Utah University — commenced on a grand adventure to explore New Zealand.

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