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Published March 26th, 2024, 09:15 pm

A new study from the Sutherland Institute says the majority of Utah's voters would support making the curriculum for Utah's K-12 students accessible to the public. Curriculum transparency has been shown to boost parent and student engagement, as well as heighten teachers' awareness of their material. But is stacking another task on top of our educators already full plates reasonable? Is there a way we can make it worth it for educators to pick this path? Christine Fairbanks from the Sutherland Institute joins the show.

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