For two weeks starting Sept. 2, the Daily Herald will publish a special series of articles entitled “The State of Education in Utah County.”
The breadth and focus of articles covers such topics as teacher salaries, the impact of Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University on area districts, profiles on support and administrative staff and an exclusive column from an area teacher who has seen tremendous changes in our education system in her 25 years of teaching.
This is the final article in the series: “The State of Education in Utah County.” All stories can be found here.
The heart of education is teaching tomorrow’s leaders, but today’s technology is changing the skills these future leaders need. Utah County sc…
This is the ninth article in the series, “The State of Education in Utah Valley.” All stories can be found here.
Utah school districts want to stay competitive when it comes to paying their teachers; if they don’t, they risk losing their most qualified em…
Heather Goodwin-Nelson has been teaching for 18 years. She got her teaching degree and teaching license in Hawaii, where she grew up, and has …
Bridget Varner knew teaching would be hard, at least at first. She assumed the first year or two would be the worst, but that things would get…