Jun. 17, 9:00 AM
The Education Interim Committee of the State Legislature holds a public meeting.
Feb. 23 - Mar. 22
Comcast Newsmakers interviews Robyn Bagley about www.Utah-EducationFacts.com
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The 2009 Legislative Session concluded on Thursday, March 12th at midnight
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the landmark report, A Nation at Risk.
In the 2007-08 school year, Utah spent $8,224 per public school student.
Charter schools are independent public schools run by parents or non-profits.
The average class size in Utah is 22.2
High school students can graduate with an associate's degree and a scholarship worth 75% of college tuition.
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|>||News You Need Now! - find TIME-SENSITIVE information related to important and often urgent K-12 matters like policy changes, deadlines for education options & programs, public input opportunities, decisions affecting your child's school, and so much more!|
|>||About Utah's K-12 System - learn how it’s set up and who’s in charge of what.|
|>||Spending - learn how much is spent, where the funding comes from, and where it goes.|
|>||Test Scores - see student test results on state, national, and international tests.|
|>||School Performance - find out how local schools compare on different measurements of student performance.|
|>||Graduation - learn how many students finish high school and are ready for college or work.|
|>||Class Size & Enrollment - learn about class size and enrollment figures. |
|>||The Achievement Gap - learn about the disparity in student outcomes between different groups.|
|>||School Employees - find useful information related to school employees - salaries, student to teacher ratios, programs for teachers, etc.|
|>||Reports - read the latest reports on Utah's K-12 education system.|
|>||Glossary - look up education terms and find related content.|
|>||Links - learn more facts from other online resources.|