The Best Reform Ideas Come from Teachers In our combined 70 years working in classrooms, lunchrooms and public education, we've learned that our students do better when policymakers listen to those who know best: teachers and education support professionals. Nobody is more passionate about ensuring that there is a great educator in every classroom than teachers, and nobody fights harder for the resources our students need and deserve. Together with parents, educators have led the effort to secure adequate and equitable funding for our schools. Read the complete commentary by NEA and UEA presidents - Click Here
A divided state school board picked Ogden School District Superintendent Brad Smith on Friday to lead Utah's public schools, choosing a controversial figure criticized by many of his employees but beloved by school reformers.
Smith received eight votes in favor, the minimum required for board actions. He expects to start work in early November.
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Sun, 07 Sep 2014 15:07:00 +0000 New UEA Executive Director The Utah Education Association has appointed Lisa Nentl-Bloom as the Association's executive director. She begins her new assignment Sept. 1. Read More