Possible Civil Rights Violations at Utah Elementary and High Schools

Mar 18, 2018Report, Education, Ethnic & Racial Minorities, People with Disabilities

There at least 23 open investigations into alleged civil rights violations — most on the basis of disability, sex or race — in elementary and high schools across seven Utah school districts that receive federal funding. For the first time, the U.S. Department of Education has released a searchable database of ongoing cases at the K-12 level — a step many advocates say is important for transparency and to address systemic or cultural issues affecting young students.

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Utah Is One of the Happiest States in the Nation

Utah Is One of the Happiest States in the Nation

WalletHub’s analysts considered income, physical health, personal purpose, and social connectivity to determine which states are home to the happiest Americans. In order to do so, it compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 28 key metrics, ranging...

Intergenerational Poverty in Utah, 2018

Intergenerational Poverty in Utah, 2018

Over the past six years, Utah has made progress addressing intergenerational poverty. The progress is not being made through the establishment of new government programs or significant increases in financial resources. Rather, it has been through the slow development...

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