Education News Roundup: Aug. 21, 2015

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In today’s ENR: The Commission for the Stewardship of Public Lands discusses Rep. Bishop’s proposed compromise land plan. LA Times discusses the difficulty in making education a national campaign issue. Seattle school board considers whether to eliminate out-of-school suspensions for elementary students. Need some cheering up on a Friday? OK, probably not; it’s Friday. But perhaps you can save it until Monday. Here’s a Go Pro video of a kindergartener on her first day of school. . . . → Read More

State Education Board Recognizes Utah’s Title I National Distinguished Schools

State Board of Education Honors Bridger Elementary as one of Utah's Title I National Distinguished Schools

The Utah State Board of Education honored Utah’s Title I National Distinguished Schools for 2012 during its March meeting. Three Peaks Elementary and Bridger Elementary Schools are among 100 Title I schools to receive the recognition nationally. Title I schools are schools that have a high percentage of low-income students. Representatives from the two schools came to the Board meeting to accept certificates of recognition from the Board. . . . → Read More