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Public employee unions: a ‘50-year mistake’?

Recent events in Wisconsin have caused many people to consider what role, if any, public employee unions should play in negotiations over salaries and working conditions. Though on a smaller scale, events this week in Sandy and Salt Lake City … Continue reading

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Head Start: a noble idea with poor results

The people of Utah understand families and children as well as or better than most. So it comes as no surprise that we would have a vested interest in Utah children who may be struggling at an early age. Head Start … Continue reading

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Maturation, online learning and other education tidbits

The Utah State Board of Education met today for its monthly meeting. Here are a few tidbits and observations from the meeting: 1. The board approved a motion to apply rules related to sex education (parental consent, local curriculum committee, … Continue reading

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