Early voting starts August 15-23. It's a key time for voters to learn more about the issues and their choices for school board in District 2 and District 4.
Get the full replay of the forums today.
Explore the new PowerUP Jax today, and see how your tax-deductible donation gives teachers the power to create innovative projects that raise student achievement. A small gift can give teachers and students a chance to do big things.
In a new January 2014 policy brief, we examine the current school grading system. With an invaluable opportunity to modernize the accountability system, what could Florida improve to make school grades more meaningful and stable in the future?
Read more to find out — and learn what you can do.
New data is live on School Facts Jax, your source for accurate, easy to use information about public schools in Duval County.
From district academic performance to graduation rates at your neighborhood high school — it's all here.
It's the first week back to school for Duval County students!
We're taking a moment to look back and remember how much fun in the
sun we had with our family and friends.
Continue reading to see the lucky winners.
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It has been some years since I found myself on board a yellow
school bus, and never one filled with the chatter and anxious
energy of adults instead of children. But on Thursday, I
found myself spending the morning hours riding through the
neighborhoods of Northwest Jacksonville with teachers from the
Duval Transformation Office schools, and they were every bit as
excited as a bus filled with kids on the first day of school.
Learn more about our QEA Program Director's
School board candidate
forums wrapped up this week in District 2 (Beaches/Intracoastal)
and District 4 (Northside/Eastside).
Did you miss them? Keep reading to catch up on the photos and
the replay of what was said, plus more information about the
Our Data & Research team spends a lot of time throughout the
year connecting with other organizations around the country,
continually looking for new ways to improve how we can make
education data accessible, meaningful, and useful for parents,
community members and decision-makers here in Jacksonville.
Continue reading to learn how you can help showcase
Today Duval County Public Schools announced a $58 million
investment that will significantly advance the district's
technology and data systems.
Keep reading to learn what the specifics of the investments will
be, and what role the Quality Education for All Fund will play.
The Duval County School Board holds its regular
Continue to learn more.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to access school
performance and basic data for Duval County Public Schools through
our School Facts Jax website.
The Duval County School Board holds a