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’Starving for Education’ fundraiser

OGDEN — Nurture the Creative Mind is starving for education Aug. 22 and 23. The annual fundraiser calls for NCM founder Amir Jackson and volunteers to go


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Library books to keep

NORTH OGDEN—The Weber County Library’s annual used book and surplus property sale will take place Aug. 23. Books are 25 cents for paperbacks and 75


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Big moves for Wahlquist and West Weber

More space in a building usually means more opportunity to spread apart, but at the new Wahlquist Junior High School more space means more opportunity to be


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Weber State hires digital pioneer

OGDEN -- Weber State University has hired a modern pioneer to lead the state’s first Digital Humanities program. “We are very excited about this


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New era at Roy's North Park Elementary

ROY -- At some point this year, Nancy Jo Crocker will probably take a wrong turn on her way to work. She’s driven the same truck to North Park Elementary,


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Ogden program helps calm junior high jitters

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


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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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