Speed-faithing helped address the elephant in the room by breaking the ice so that students could begin to talk about their religious beliefs and practices. It provided an important point of entry for beginning the work of sharing and listening in order to find common ground.
“I still stayed at the dance because it had been something I looked forward to, but I did feel really embarrassed and ashamed
By Peg McEntee Utah state law allows private citizens, including teachers, to carry concealed firearms on the job with a
K-6 special education teacher Carolyn Cain spoke to Ed Schultz on The Ed Show Wednesday to discuss the controversial issue
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Utah ranks in the middle of the country with respect to state bullying laws. The U.S. Department of Education has identified
A parent-teacher committee voted 6-1 in April that the book could remain in library collections, but should be kept behind
Republican Utah state Sen. Stuart Reid is sponsoring a bill that would require the state school board to develop a sex education
"We still have not been served with the lawsuit so I haven't seen it. I think they served it to reporters instead of us. Of
According to the Journal, conservative lawmakers and governors in at least five states, including Utah, have been pushing