Press Releases

Open Public Review of Elementary Mathematic Standards

The first Open Public Review Meeting for feedback on the revised Utah Core State Standards in Elementary Mathematics is set for Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at the Utah State Office of Education Board Room, 250 East 500 South, Salt Lake City, Utah at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm  All members of the public are invited to attend and give their […]

E-RATE Training Available

https://utahcharters.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Utah-Charter-Schools-–.pdf

STEM Scholarship Nominations Open

Once again this year, the Utah STEM Action Center is partnering with the BioUtah to provide 3 scholarships in the amount of $500 each to be presented at our Awards Luncheon at the Utah Life Science Summit on Thursday, November 5th. The selection process for the STEM Scholarships include nominations submitted online at http://www.bioutah.org/stem-award-nominations. Nominations will be accepted for students currently enrolled […]

Special Screening for “Most Likely to Succeed” Comes to Utah

We’re pleased to announce that the 2015 award-winning documentary on Education, “Most Likely to Succeed” is coming to Utah!  The film’s Director, Greg Whiteley, will be in attendance and conduct a Q&A session following both screenings.  Seats are limited. Utah Valley Screening on Tuesday, September 22 – Doors open at 6 pm (30 min prior […]

AISU HOSTS 2016 EDU-CON

AISU is proud to sponsor EDU-CON Utah Thursday, October 15, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. We have two exciting keynote speakers – United States Congressman Rob Bishop (UT-1) and Utah State Senator Howard Stephenson. Congressman Bishop spent his career as a public school teacher in Box Elder County and Senator Stephenson led the effort […]

UAPCS Hiring Communication and Media Coordinator

  THE POSITION  The Communications & Media Relations Coordinator (CMRC) will execute the communication goals and vision of the organization’s strategic plan and will be a collaborative partner with the rest of the UAPCS staff on communication opportunities and challenges. The CMRC will also help the organization gain visibility by identifying and cultivating media opportunities. […]

Delays with TIDE Affect SAGE

2015-2016 SAGE User Accounts – Passwords Reset on Tuesday, August 25th Update: There has been a delay in the launch of TIDE, which will also delay the launch of ORS, SAGE Interim and Mid-Year Summative Testing and the SAGE Formative system. TIDE will now launch on August 25th – users will receive emails to reset […]

Teachers Needed

George Washington Academy is looking for teachers.  Join our teams and work for a company with high standards and a exceptional track record for providing high quality education!  Applicants should have a current Utah credential for K-6 or 1-8 and a desire to provide a high quality, academically rigorous educational experience to students.  applicants should […]

New Civics Test Now Mandatory for Graduation

Effective January 1, 2016, every public school student must pass a basic civics test, or alternate assessment, as a condition for receiving a high school diploma in the state of Utah.  The students must pass a test comprised of 50 questions selected from the 100 questions on the United States Customs and Immigration Service civics […]

STEM Action Center Moves Ahead with STEM Designations

We are moving ahead with the construction of the STEM Schools Designation Criteria at the STEM Action Center. This past week, we had community experts representing including principals, district leaders, charter school leaders, and institutes of higher education across the state come together to give feedback on the attached document that defines the process and […]