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Molding minds to mold minds


Funded through grants and private donation, the School of Education sees its research thrive on small and large scales.

Education proposal is not out of this world


Earlier this month, Utah Sen. Chris Buttars put many up in arms by proposing to nix the senior year of high school for Utah teens in an effort to minimize the state’s massive $700 million deficit. Understandably, educators argued that doing so would deprive students of a formative year before college or the working world. […]

This Chinese language fad too, shall pass


Prevailing wisdom states that proficiency in multiple languages is an invaluable tool for experiences like studying abroad or perhaps making a good impression; Americans admire those who have managed to become fluent in at least one language other than English. But to others, like our European counterparts, being fluent in at least two languages other […]