Bill would require Utah schools to report on civics teaching

03/1/2011 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Utah House lawmakers advanced legislation Monday that would require schools to report to the state how they are integrating civic and character education into classroom lessons. Supporters say such lessons are important and they want a clearer view of how they are being taught in the state's schools. Critics, however, say that they oppose the bill because educators are not required to report how other subjects are taught. The proposal now will go before the state Senate.

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