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Ogden program helps calm junior high jitters

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OGDEN -- La’leacia Carlin was shaking at the beginning of the school day Tuesday. It wasn’t that she was ill, and she certainly wasn’t cold — the building temperature was

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Governor chats behind closed doors with Ogden teachers

OGDEN – The first day of school was extra memorable for teachers at Horace Mann Elementary on Tuesday – Gov. Gary Herbert stopped by for a visit in an


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Common Core losing support

WASHINGTON — A year ago, the term Common Core meant little to the American public. But today, a vast majority of people in the country are familiar with the


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Utah, 12 other states pick up tab for ACT exams

Thirteen states, including Utah, paid for 11th-grade students in all public high schools to take the ACT college admission test this year, with several more


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I Choose Ogden: School opening institute highlights Ogden's

OGDEN — Utah is changing, and those changes make teachers more important than ever. “You are in an incredible position to shape the future of our


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Fewer Utah students rated proficient on new system

SALT LAKE CITY — Education officials say Utah’s new computer-based K-12 test shows fewer students are meeting grade-level standards compared with


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Brigham Library plans book sale

BRIGHAM CITY — If you’ve ever enjoyed a library book so much you wanted to buy it, you’re in luck. The Friends of Brigham City Library is selling


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Museum throws party for soon-to-be kindergartners

OGDEN — More than 3,600 parents and children visited downtown Ogden on Saturday for an afternoon of games, magic shows and exploration at the Treehouse Museum.


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Many schools still without air conditioning

School is about to start across Top of Utah and, with temperatures still averaging in the low 90s,  the thought of sending students to many of the schools


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Ogden school property tax increase OKed

OGDEN -- The Ogden school board has voted unanimously to raise property taxes by $1.5 million to keep pace with capital projects, including the new Dee Elementary


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Davis junior high students get glimpse of college

CLEARFIELD – North Davis Junior High recently sent 72 of its upcoming ninth-graders to Utah State University to prepare for college. If you’re


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Utah, 12 other states pick up tab for ACT exams

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