Utah state board gives lawmakers its list of priorities

11/26/2013 | Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

The Utah State School Board has presented state lawmakers with its list of how to improve high-school student achievement. The list includes implementing high-quality instruction and professional development for teachers as well as appropriate assessments for data-driven decision-making. Utah has the lowest per-pupil funding in the nation, and the State Office of Education is requesting about $180 million in new funding for next year, along with other one-time requests.

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