Achievement Spotlight honors student volunteers

However effective government may be in serving the needs of its citizens, the soul of our state, and its vitality as a place to live and work, ultimately depend on the relationship of families, friends, and neighbors. Strengthening those bonds is not as much in the hands of institutions or governments as it is in the hearts of the people – especially those who volunteer to help others of all ages, races, and religions when life throws challenges at them or when they have a goal to achieve. These volunteers are the unrecognized, unsung heroes of our society. . . . → Read More

State Board holds monthly meeting and takes positions on seven bills

The Utah State Board of Education approves new charter schools, fee waivers, a career and college readiness plan, amendments to how graduation rates are calculated and takes positions on seven bills in its monthly meeting today. . . . → Read More