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  1. Domestic Science: A Book for Use in Schools and for General Reading by James Edward Talmage, 2010-04-03
  2. "Teacher evaluation - a status report to the school districts of Utah, 1982": General report by Virgil Eugene Jacobsen, 1983
  3. General trends in Utah school statistics, 1938-39 to 1947-48 by J. Easton Parratt, 1950
  4. School Law of Utah by Utah, 2010-02-11
  5. Report of the survey of the public school system of Salt Lake City, Utah by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley, 2010-08-06
  6. School Organization and Administration: A Concrete Study Based On the Salt Lake City School Survey, Volume 1 by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley, 2010-03-16
  7. School Buildings Code ...
  8. A Century of Utah High School Football, 1893-1993 by George B. Felt, 1993-08
  9. The Relation of Supervision and Other Factors to Certain Phases of Musical Achievement in the Rural Schools of Utah (Columbia University Teacher Coll) by Nels W. Christiansen, 1948-02
  10. The making of a state; a school history of Utah by Orson F. 1855-1931 Whitney, 2010-05-14
  11. Utah High School Football, 1893-1998 by George B. Felt, 1998-09
  12. MDR's School Directory Utah by Market Data Retrieval, 2007-10
  13. School Law of Utah by Utah Dept. of Public Instruction, 2008-10-09
  14. School law of Utah. Article X of the state constitution relating to education. Extracts from the compiled laws of 1907 by statutes Utah. Laws, 2010-08-16

1. About Utah Schools For The Deaf And The Blind
The New USDB Website. Temporarily Under Construction. Check your Email here.utah schools for the Deaf and the Blind. Superintendent Lee Robinson.
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2. General Communications, Inc. - Systems Integrator!
Murray, utah firm specializing in video, telecommunications and computer network integration services for schools, hospitals, sports facilities and convention centers.
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3. Peterson's - Private Schools Search
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5. R277. Education, Administration., R277-746. Driver Education Programs For Utah S
(utah Adminstrative Code as in effect on January 1, 2000) Driver Education Programs for utah schools. A. "Board" means the utah State Board of Education. B. "USOE" means the utah State Office of Education. by utah Constitution Article X, Section 3 which vests general control and supervision of public education
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(R277. Education, Administration. )
R277-746. Driver Education Programs for Utah Schools.
Authority and Purpose.
Standards and Procedures.
A. "Board" means the Utah State Board of Education. B. "USOE" means the Utah State Office of Education. Authority and Purpose. A. This rule is authorized by Utah Constitution Article X, Section 3 which vests general control and supervision of public education in the Board, Section (4) which directs the Board to prescribe rules for driver education classes in the public schools and Section (3) which allows the Board to adopt rules in accordance with its responsibilities. B. The purpose of this rule is to specify standards and procedures for local school districts conducting automobile driver education. Standards and Procedures.

6. State Regulation Of Private Schools - Utah
State Director of Special Education is responsible for the general supervision of andhas a duty to cooperate with private schools and agencies utah Code Ann.
State Regulation of Private Schools - June 2000
In Utah, local school boards determine what constitutes a regularly established private school. Opinion of the Attorney General, November 23, 1977. Registration/Licensing/Accreditation: Local school boards are responsible for determining what constitutes a regularly established private school. Opinion of the Attorney General, November 23, 1977. Recordkeeping/Reports: Curriculum: Special Education: Health: Immunization Records, see Recordkeeping/Reports. Safety: Transportation: Public Aid for Private Schools/Private School Students: The Utah Constitution prohibits the appropriation of public money or property for religious instruction or for the support of any ecclesiastical establishment. Utah Const. Art. 1, Sec. 4. In addition, the Utah Constitution further prohibits appropriations by the state and its political subdivisions for the direct support of any religiously controlled school. Utah Const. Art. X, Sec. 9. Miscellaneous:

7. Utah Charter Schools - Update
Charter schools would be no different. The utah Code gives the state board "general control and supervision"

8. Secretary's Conference '95: ISSUE 3: CONTENT AND SOFTWARE
multimedia literature course being piloted in several utah schools. A session on softwareyielded several general recommendations for schools
Secretary's Conference on Educational Technology March 1995
Educational technology is a tool for teaching and learning about something. Innovative programs are demonstrating that technology can facilitate new ways of teaching and learning challenging content. High-quality software and on-line resources are a vital ingredient for teaching content in all subjects. Ten breakout sessions addressed these issues. (note) Key Issues New Ways of Teaching and Learning
Assessing Student Learning

Quality of Software and On-Line Resources
A. New Ways of Teaching and Learning
"You can just go to the cowpath and not change, or you can go the other direction and make exciting things happen." -Inabeth Miller Throughout the country, teachers are using technology to restructure their classrooms, implement new instructional techniques, and transform student and teacher roles. "We're at a time where what we know about how people learn and the technology are catching up with each other," said Inabeth Miller, "and we can combine this knowledge to enhance the learning experience." Technology makes it easier for teachers to individualize instruction and for students to engage in self-directed learning. Video, computer, and multimedia technologies can accommodate students with a variety of learning styles more flexibly than conventional materials. Some students, for example, may learn more readily with graphics or sound than through text alone.

9. JS Online: Utah Schools Take Olympic Freebies
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Utah Schools Take Olympic Freebies
Associated Press Last Updated: July 18, 2002 at 4:49:05 p.m. SALT LAKE CITY -
Nearly all of the $6 million worth of free, Olympic goodies have found new homes in Utah public schools. Ponchos, drills, printers, microwaves, tables and couches left over from the 2002 Winter Games have been snatched up by the dozens. ``I don't think anyone in our district will have to order another paper clip again,'' said Ron Frandsen, business administrator for the Box Elder school district. The Alpine school district has offered to take whatever's left after the giveaway, but officials there might be disappointed, said Mark Peterson, spokesman for the state Office of Education There are a few racks for drying wet winter clothes, Olympic banners, and garment racks.

10. Utah Schools For The Deaf And Blind - Sagebrush Corporation
in Ogden and Salt Lake City, the utah schools for the of materials to more than 950students throughout utah. to parents, universities, and the general public.
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With campuses in Ogden and Salt Lake City, the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind is the Educational Resource Center for children who are deaf, blind, or deafblind. The library provides services and a variety of materials to more than 950 students throughout Utah. Director of the Educational Resource Center Lorri Quigley and Librarians Mary Jo White and Janet Spilker provide information about deaf and blind children to parents, universities, and the general public. Their network reaches even further, as they are part of an organization of State Resource Centers of the U.S. Librarian Mary Jo White finds that Athena presents a user-friendly screen to her patrons. The large buttons and tabs are easier for the visually impaired children to see. The schools are also experimenting with speech synthesizers and other ways to make the computer even more accessible to their students. With the help of Athena Athena Webserver , and Athena WebLink , library functions are more convenient for deaf, blind, and deafblind students in Ogden, in Salt Lake City, and across Utah. Visit their site at:

11. UT Admin Code R277-746. Driver Education Programs For Utah Schools.
Driver Education Programs for utah schools. As in effect on September 1, 2002 utah Constitution Article X, Section 3 which vests general control and supervision of public education

12. Success Stories - Sagebrush Corporation
for Advanced Space Studies in Houston, Texas, has used Athena to help scientists,students, and the general public access utah schools for the Deaf and Blind.
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"Spectrum 4 has worked a miracle in our library," says Sister Rebecca Abel, Librarian at the North American College Library in Rome, Italy. Abel has used Spectrum since 1998 to manage Rome's largest collection of English language books....
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The Wake County Public School System in North Carolina has a vision of becoming what it calls a 21st Century District. The goal is to establish a network by 2001 that will allow for as much as 50% of the district's instructional materials, both text and multimedia, to be accessed electronically...
The Hill School

Located in Pottstown Pennsylvania, The Hill School, whose alumni include film director Oliver Stone, statesman James Baker 3rd and oil tycoon Lamar Hunt, strives to provide a well-rounded education to its 500 students...
Taylor Public Library

The Taylor Public Library is unique in many ways. It serves more than 3,000 patrons, has a special collection of Texas items, and was one of the first (if not THE first) Texas libraries to offer Internet services to the public...

13. Congressman Matheson Pledges Support For Special Education
students with disabilities within the general education environment. 2000 school year,55,389 utah children — ages visited Salt Lakearea schools in September

14. Media Advisory
We are concerned for the safety of all kids, and we applaud the Attorney general'sOffice for taking charge in implementing the program in utah's schools. .
March 7, 2003
Paul Murphy, AG (801) 538-1292
Lisa Cullen, NCMEC (703) 837-6228 WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY
UTAH SCHOOLS GET NEW TOOL TO KEEP KIDS SAFER ON INTERNET You may not know "Meet-Me Mack" or "Potty-Mouth Pete." But soon your children will meet these make-believe characters and learn from them about the very real dangers on the Internet. The animated characters are part of a state-of-the-art Internet safety curriculum that will be offered soon in Utah schools.
teach students how to be safer and make better decisions online.
One study found that approximately one in five children were sexually solicited or approached over the Internet in 1999. Right now authorities are looking for a 14-year-old Michigan girl who allegedly ran away with a 56-year-old convicted murderer she had been
corresponding with online. "Prosecuting online predators is only half the battle," said Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, whose office supervises the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). "Our best chance of protecting Utah's children is to teach them how to avoid being a victim in the first place."
The teaching materials are divided into different age groups. A cartoon character named "Clicky" tells five and six-year-olds to "never give out any of your personal information." Children between the ages of seven and 12 learn from the "WizzyWigs" about different Internet

15. Utah Schools Increase Security [Free Republic]
campuses in Ogden and Salt Lake City, the utah schools for the Deaf and the Blind is the children to parents, universities, and the general public. Their network reaches even
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Published: Aug 30, 1999 Author: an AP wire liberal
Posted on 08/31/1999 11:51:26 PDT by mailq Utah schools increase security (with my interjected comments) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Several school districts along the Wasatch Front are increasing security in an effort to cut back on vandalism and violence. The measures are also being undertaken in response to last spring's mass murder at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. "We're all kind of on alert and that's not a bad thing. What Columbine did is encourage us to look at our goals, look at our priorities, and make sure we're going in the right direction," said Melinda Rock, spokeswoman for the Jordan School District, the state's largest school district. Jordan, along with other large districts, Granite and Davis, started school Monday. Federal law prohibits students from carrying any weapon to school. The U.S. Department of Education reports fewer students are being expelled for bringing guns to school, but the numbers can be misleading. Utah numbers show increasing weapons violations, including guns or knives. The number rose from 388 violations in the 1996-97 school year to 413 in 1997-98, the State Office of Education reports.

16. Board Internal Audit Reports
2000, Review of the utah schools for the Deaf and The utah State Board of Educationmaintains an follow guidelines developed by the general Accounting Office.
Audit # Month Reported Audit Title March 1991 Review of USOE Data Processing Consolidation Dec. 1991 Performance Audit of the State Applied Technology Centers June 1992 Review of Utah State Office of Rehabilitation Personnel and Other Practices March 1992 Review of Board Member Involvement in Funding Practices June 1992 Review of USOE District Computer Services Billing and Collection Practices April 1992 Review of ATC Superintendent Salaries and Benefits Dec. 1992 Review of One ATC Superintendent's Bonus Approved By Local ATC Board January 1993 Follow-up Review of the Applied Technology Center Audit (#91-2) Feb. 1993 Review of the Grant Awarding Process April 1993 Review of "Technology" Related Functions at USOE August 1993 A Survey of Utah's Regional Educational Service Centers Dec. 1993 Follow-up Review of the Applied Technology Center Audit (#91-2) May 1994 Review of Applied Technology Center Superintendent Salaries Oct. 1994 Performance Audit of the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind April 1995 Follow-up Review of the Applied Technology Center Audit (#91-2) April 1995 Audit of the Four Applied Technology Regions Dec. 1995

17. Untitled
under utah Constitution Article X, Section 3 which gives general control and distributemoney tothrough school districts, ATCs and the utah schools for the
R277. Education, Administration. R277-459. Teachers' Supplies and Materials Appropriation. R277-459-1. Definitions. A. "Board" means the Utah State Board of Education. C B Full-time equivalent teaching position Classroom teacher" means a permanent teacher position filled by one or more [ job-sharing ]teachers employed by a school district , the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, the Edith Bowen Laboratory School, and charter schools and paid on the teachers' salary schedule or a charter school salary schedule . Teachers shall be employed for an entire contract period and shall provide instructional [ or counseling ]services to students. B C . "Field trip" means a district, [ ATC ]or school authorized excursion for educational purposes. D. "Teaching supplies and materials" means both expendable and nonexpendable items that are used for educational purposes by teachers in classroom activities and may include such items as: (1) paper, pencils, workbooks, notebooks, supplementary books and resources; (2) laboratory supplies, e.g. photography materials, chemicals, paints, bulbs (both light and flower), thread, needles, bobbins, wood, glue, sandpaper, nails and automobile parts;

18. U Of U General Catalog - PREDENTISTRY
your dental application GPA.); Dental schools have no of only predental requirementsand general education courses transfer to the University of utah your first
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General Catalog 2002-2003
Posted March 1, 2002 Predental Advising. 124 Building 44, 581-5744, University of Utah Undergraduate Program
Although most dental schools require a minimum of three years of predental course work, 85 percent of entering dental students have completed four years of college and 80 percent have completed at least a baccalaureate degree. It is wise to work toward a degree in any area which would serve as an attractive alternative in the event you were deterred from your goal in dentistry. Required and Recommended Courses for Predental Students
All dental schools in the United States require English, general chemistry, organic chemistry, biology or zoology, and physics—generally one year of each. A few schools also require biochemistry, microbiology, calculus, psychology, and speech. Courses suggested by many schools include anatomy, embryology, biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, and course work in humanities, arts, and social sciences. Check individual dental school requirements in Admission Requirements of U.S. and Canadian Dental Schools

19. Utah State Official Athletic Site - General Releases
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20. Utah State Official Athletic Site - General Releases
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Raegan Scott-Pebley Named Women's Basketball Coach Former Utah Starzz player to lead Aggies.
Raegan Scott-Pebley, former WNBA player and Utah State's new women's basketball coach, answers questions during a news conference on Wednesday.
May 1, 2002 LOGAN, Utah - Raegan Scott-Pebley (Pee-blee) was named the women's basketball coach at Utah State University Director of Athletics Rance Pugmire announced on Wednesday. The Aggies have reinstated basketball and will begin play in the 2003-04 season. Scott-Pebley, a former player for the Utah Starzz, has been an assistant coach for four years at George Mason (1998-99) and Colorado State (2000-01). She was a four-year letterwinner at Colorado before being a third-round draft pick by the Starzz in 1997. She also spent one season with the Eastern Division champion Cleveland Rockers in 1998. "Raegan emerged from an outstanding pool of applicants," Pugmire said. "Her relationships in the state and the western region are incredible and helped separate her from the group. She and (husband) Keith will be a perfect fit for the University and our community and they will both generate a great amount of enthusiasm for the program as we gear up for the first year of competition." "I think that it is important that the faculty, staff, students, Rance Pugmire, and President Hall be commended for their hard work in the search," Scott-Pebley said. "They did a throrough job and I know they called everyone on my reference list. The students should be acknowledged for getting this whole thing going. Without their support in wanting women's basketball again, I would not be in this position, nor would anyone else."

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