STATE SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FACE OFF
DEBATE SERIES TO HIGHLIGHT VIEWS BEFORE ELECTION DAY
From establishing student testing to assessing curriculum standards, decisions made by the Utah State School Board directly affect the state’s 643,000 public school students, their families, teachers, and administrators.
“The state school board debates will allow Utahns to ask questions, explore the issues, and engage with the candidates," said Jason Perry, Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics. "Ultimately, this initiative will empower voters in these critical, yet often overlooked, elections."
Audio excerpts from the candidates will be available at KSL.com
About the Organizers:
Utah Association of Public Charter Schools is a nonprofit which advocates for the 67,000 students attending charter schools in Utah and their families.
Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah is dedicated to promoting political and civic involvement and engaging university students and the general public in the political process.
Sutherland Institute is a Utah-based non-profit focused on thought leadership, empowering principles, elevated dialogue, and enlightened public policy.
- KSL NewsRadio provides news, traffic, and weather on 102.7 FM/1160 AM.
- Deseret News is the first news organization and longest continuously-operating business in the state of Utah.
For more information, please contact Morgan Lyon Cotti.