State Board votes to push pause on middle school core requirements issue
The Utah State School Board voted 12-3 on Thursday to send the policy change of core requirements for middle school back to a committee for further study.
The issue had received much public comment since the August vote. It involves PE, Health, Arts and Music classes.
Read more in the Deseret News here.
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