Sunday Edition: Questions Surrounding Education Amid Coronavirus
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – As staff and students across the state settle into the first month of school there are still lots of questions surrounding the future of education in this new normal.
We will sit down with Governor Herbert‘s brand new education policy advisor.
There’s just a few weeks out from mail-in ballots being delivered to Utahns.
Plus, we talked to two candidates for Congressional office. Darren Perry, who looks to replace retiring Rob Bishop in the 1st District, and Representative Chris Stewart, hoping to keep his seat representing Utah’s 2nd District.
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