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Does perception match reality in education spending?
“More than 70 percent of Utahns think the state spends too little on education, but half say they're either unwilling to pay for more education funding or unsure if they would, according to a recent survey from Envision Utah.”
– Deseret News

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Utah schools doing better than public thinks, report shows
“Utah has seen its high school graduation rate steadily rise, including best-in-the-nation gains in 2014 for the percentage of Latino students who complete their senior year.”
– Salt Lake Tribune

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Survey shows misplaced mistrust in Utah schools, administrators
“Utahns estimate that roughly a quarter of public education funding is spent on school administration, according to a new survey, and would prefer that portion of the budget trimmed to about 14 percent.”
– Salt Lake Tribune

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In our opinion: Education survey reveals fact and fiction
“Polls and surveys consistently show Utahns are in favor of spending more money on public education, assuming they are confident the additional funds will go to the right places."
– Deseret News

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Teacher shortage ranks as Utahns' biggest concern in education
“Utah’s teacher shortage is the No. 1 education-related concern for residents, according to a new report from Envision Utah.”
– Deseret News

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