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Education

Should students’ cellphones be locked up at school? New technology is giving teachers more options.

Eric Walden By Eric Walden 1d ago

Astrid S. Tuminez will be Utah Valley University’s seventh president — and the school’s first female leader

Tiffany Caldwell By Tiffany Caldwell 3d ago

New era begins for science at the University of Utah, with opening of newly renovated Gary and Ann Crocker Science Center

By The Salt Lake Tribune 4d ago

To win tickets, Utah students told to do as Alexander Hamilton and other Founding Fathers did — write a letter!

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed 4d ago

Utah students hold 2nd round of school-safety rallies Friday, marking Columbine anniversary

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 4d ago

Tell The Tribune: Are your kids’ school supplies and classrooms in good condition?

Sara Weber By Sara Weber 5d ago

Critics of high-density housing have stalled a planned 1,600-bed apartment complex near UVU

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 5d ago

Utah State University removes leader of office that investigates sex discrimination after report reveals shortfalls

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty , taylor stevens 6d ago

Utah school superintendents meet with civil rights group to address a perceived spike in reports of racism, bullying

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 6d ago

‘It is really about listening’: Teen suicide-prevention expert counsels parents, teachers and students in Jordan School District

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed April 17

West High School in Salt Lake City receives a $120,000 grant from Andeavor oil refinery to boost engineering, robotics programs

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed April 16

Utah philanthropist and university donor Ezekiel ‘Zeke’ Dumke dies at 94

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood April 16

In the last four years, four tenured professors at Dixie State University have been terminated or placed on administrative leave

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens April 15

After past sparring over hot-button topics like evolution and climate change, Utah Board of Education gives go-ahead to draft new science standards

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed , benjamin wood April 13

Board narrows Utah Valley University presidential candidates down to four finalists

By The Salt Lake Tribune April 12

Utah’s national report card shows minority and low-income students lagging, despite state’s higher test scores

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed April 10

Sprawling expansion plan for Living Planet Aquarium in Utah has a huge centerpiece: U2’s ‘The Claw’

Eric Walden By Eric Walden April 10

Utah State University students endured ‘pervasive’ sexism and abuse from piano faculty as reports were mishandled, investigation shows

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty , taylor stevens, jessica miller, April 6

‘We’re racking our brains’: A series of teen suicides has left the Herriman High School community searching for answers

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed , luke ramseth April 4

More Utah women are enrolling in college, but new report says many fail to finish or they pursue lower-paying careers than male peers

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood April 3

‘I couldn’t touch the piano for years’: Piano students at Utah State University describe a culture of sexism, discrimination and favoritism

Erin Alberty By Erin Alberty , taylor stevens April 1

Thrilled students meet ‘Hidden Figures’ author whose book on NASA women inspired them to rename their Salt Lake City elementary school

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed March 30

As school-safety panel seeks Utahns’ ideas, a key lawmaker vows that solutions won’t infringe on gun rights

Lillian Reed By Lillian Reed March 30

Faculty members of this University of Utah department don’t speak to one another and students graduate years late, according to report

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood March 29