Despite testimony, immigration bill looks to pass session intact

December 8, 2008

SALT LAKE CITY, UT–After more than two dozen hours of testimony about illegal immigration from Utahns across the state, it looks as if a comprehensive immigration reform bill will survive with only a couple of minor tweaks. SB81 attempts to tighten immigration full story
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International student enrollment up in Utah

November 18, 2008

SALT LAKE CITY, UT–Enrollment of international students in Utah is up 5.5% over last year. There are 6,460 international students attending Utah colleges and universities out of more than 620,000 nationwide. A report from the Institute of International Education says the state ranks full story
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Education in Spotlight on Statewide Ballots

October 7, 2008

EDUCATION WEEK–Education issues are poised to break through the din of presidential politics and economic anxiety in more than a dozen states next month, as voters confront ballot questions and constitutional amendments involving K-12 policy and school finance. full story