The School LAND Trust program brings tens of millions of dollars annually to academic programs in public schools across Utah. The funds are generated from school trust lands.  These funds are the only discretionary funds many schools receive. The program runs entirely from this web site. Each public school in Utah elects a school community council consisting of parents, teachers, and the principal. Charter Schools have Trust Lands Councils. All councils have a two parent member majority. Each council carefully reviews student assessments and progress to decide which academic areas they want to focus on.  Plans are developed to improve student academic performance in the identified academic areas with the annual School LAND Trust funds.  The plans are approved by the council, submitted on this website, and approved by the local school board or chartering entity.

School LAND Trust Program Quick Facts 2019-20

ULEAD Best Practices Reports Utah Leading through Effective, Actionable, and Dynamic (ULEAD) Education is a collaborative effort in education research and innovation.  The link will take you to a list of research reports on innovative and successful practices in education.  The information may be useful in preparing effective plans.