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UVU’s Community & Continuing Education Department offers a variety of conferences and on-campus, online and nontraditional courses each semester, all designed to extend low-cost, convenient learning experiences to everyone
Many Utah school districts welcomed their students back this week for the start of the Fall Term.
As Career and Technical Education (CTE) educators, you no doubt spent part of your summer updating your knowledge and skills to ensure that your classroom experiences are better than ever.
Last year on Constitution Day nearly 200 Utah lawyers and judges volunteered in social studies classrooms across the state, teaching students about the separation of powers and the importance of an independent judiciary.
When mice ate a diet of 25 percent extra sugar – the mouse equivalent of a healthy human diet plus three cans of soda daily – females died at twice the normal rate and males were a quarter less likely to reproduce
You are invited to take advantage of all the resources you see at the Davis ATC Open House on August 22nd from 5-7 pm. DATC will be offering orientation, tours, career camps, finance camps, scholarships and refreshments.
Canyons School District has a new high school! Corner Canyon High School, named after the nearby and very popular canyon in Draper, UT, will open its doors this August to more than 1,800 students.
A ribbon cutting and open house will take place Aug. 14 to celebrate the grand opening of the newest addition to Weber State University’s Wildcat Village student-housing community. The ribbon cutting will be at 4 p.m.
The University of Utah is launching a new graduate program this fall in petroleum engineering designed to produce well-qualified petroleum engineers with knowledge about responsible development of oil and gas resources.
Six universities were selected either as a Multidisciplinary Simulation Center (MSC) or as a Single-Discipline Center (SDC). The MSCs will receive $3.2 million and the SDCs will receive $1.6 million each year for five years.
The Essential Elements for language arts and math are specific statements of content and skills that link to the Utah Core Standards
The state treasurer announced Friday that school trust fund investments received record earnings, pushing the total value over 1.6 billion dollars at the end of the state’s fiscal year in June.
The Utah State Office of Education (USOE) is in the process of working with school districts statewide to identify potential schools for participation during the 2013-14 academic calendar year.
The Utah Office of Education today announced its policy for free and reduced-price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch, School Breakfast, and/or Special Milk programs.
Three researchers at Utah State University’s Center for Persons with Disabilities hope to create a bully-free school environment through a series of trainings for teachers and parents.
Utah students and schools are among the recipients of the 2013 President’s Education Awards Program (PEAP).
Utah's Applied Technology Colleges have a lot to offer Utah students. You'll get a feel for the many opportunities available in this short video.
This year the legislature passed a law allowing for a speedy approval process to charter applications
You are a small-business manufacturer of steel parts, and you want to grow your company, but you need additional workers with specified training who can successfully lead that additional production. What do you do?
Five years ago, foreign language professor Alicia Giralt started a microfinance program in Guatemala. Each year her students return to teach Mayan women basic business concepts and loan them $50 to start or improve their enterprises.
Every year the Utah History Fair, based at Utah State University, encourages Utah students to participate in hands-on learning experiences that culminate in regional competitions where projects are evaluated.
At many institutions, buildings and other facilities are already at or near capacity, and this growth will require additional investment and innovation.
The Canyons Board of Education on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 established an estimated timeline for the search to replace Superintendent Dave Doty, who has resigned to join a Utah-based education-reform consulting firm.
The purpose of the Summer Food Service Program is to offer healthy, tasty meals to kids for FREE during the summer.
Affordable Colleges Online (ACO) has ranked Weber State University as 17th nationally on its list of low-cost colleges with graduates who earn high starting salaries.
Parents and students looking for something good to read over the summer break have a new resource available to them, thanks to a teaming of the Utah State Office of Education and MetraMetrics
The program recognizes the unique emotional and learning needs of early adolescent students. The Schools to Watch Program requires fidelity to 36 indicators of success in three main domains.
As technology and life converge, Utah State University is launching its new Flexible Learning Experience (FLEX), providing students with greater flexibility in how and when courses are taken.
Weber State’s Science in the Parks is returning to a location near you this summer! The program brings fun science to the parks in Ogden.
“I am making these changes after much thought about how best to meet the dynamic forces and opportunities we face moving ahead.”
National 5.29 College Savings Day (May 29) is a great day to start saving for college with Utah’s official 529 college savings program
The cost to attend summer programs is $10 per person, per course; each student will be limited to two classes.
The program will offer instruction for professional pilot licensure on rotor-wing and fixed-wing aircraft
Playing at the Natural History Museum of Utah, beginning on May 25, 2013.
The Juilliard Dance Workshop at Snow College is an opportunity for 16-21 year-old students interested in exploring movement.
WSU physics professor Adam Johnston, who envisioned and developed Science in the Parks, said the idea of mixing play and science is getting increased attention.
BLM-Utah also provides opportunities to reconnect youth, families and classrooms to Utah's great outdoors. The agency supports a wide range of projects and programs that engage and educate young people from all walks of life.
Weber State University’s Dee Events Center has earned a top honor for improving energy efficiency in an Environmental Protection Agency energy-reduction competition.
This year’s hands-on contest consisted of 10 identical new Ford Focus vehicles with identical problems intentionally placed in each car.