According to a new national KIDS COUNT Data Book report released Tuesday, Utah children have...
Reminiscent of cuts made three years ago, Ogden School District is again shrinking its pool of certified librarians, this time from seven to two.
According to a new national KIDS COUNT Data Book report released Tuesday, Utah children have dropped from 7th to 27th nationwide in terms of health, but advanced from 29th to 21st for education.
With the arrival of summer and the finishing touches in place, Ogden School District is opening a newly renovated swimming pool for a free community swim. A grand opening for Ben Lomond High School’s swimming pool will take place at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 18, followed by free open...
Newly released census data finds that Utah is still last place in education spending for each public school student. A report based off of 2014 data ranks Utah dead-last in per pupil spending, which is $6,500 per student, according to the report. The national average is about $11,000 per...
Five District 4 candidates for the Utah State Board of Education will answer questions from the public at a meeting in Clearfield on Thursday, June 16.
The two outreach programs from Weber State University are back this summer — check out where each will be held week by week.
Those behind a transformation that brought Roy High School from a low 70 percent graduation rate to an upper 90 percent got congratulations from Utah Gov. Gary Herbert Tuesday, June 7.
Savanna Byington served as president of HOPE Squad, helping other students while leading the fight against teen suicide. “Anyone can change the world for just one other person — and that change can be their whole world.”
Summer help is available for children and families who can’t afford nutritious food. Here are where you can find summer food and free lunch programs in Northern Utah for Summer 2016.