The time is coming once again to unite with past and new delegates to speak as one voice about the importance of public education to our city.
2015 ONE by ONE Delegates can plan to participate in hands-on activities and opportunities to hone skills as an advocate.
Our new research on school choice looks at the landscape of school choice in Duval County, and how parents and caregivers navigate the expanding array of options available to their children.
Register for the free, interactive webinar to be among the first to see the policy brief.
Explore the data
Tell decision-makers to suspend school grades for 2014-15. School grades were created to make it easy for parents and citizens to understand how schools were performing academically and to compel low-performing schools to improve.
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.
The landscape of school
choice options in public education has been expanding faster than
ever. With this expansion has come an unprecedented array of
decisions for parents and caregivers to navigate in determining the
best type of school for their children.
A new policy brief by the Jacksonville Public
Education Fund examines the complex system of school choice in
Duval County, and how parents find their way through it.
Join us for the release of Complex Choices: How Parents
Navigate School Options in Duval County -- keep reading
to download the report and register for a live webinar!
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We're currently accepting applications for 2015 ONE by ONE
Delegates! ONE by ONE Delegates are informed and passionate
advocates for public education throughout the year. To
continue moving public education forward, we have to speak as
one voice about the importance of public education in our city.
Submit your application today!
Currently on PowerUP Jax, there are innovative teacher projects
from QEA Schools waiting to become a reality to improve student
achievement and provide hands-on learning experiences. A small gift
of $5 to $20 brings a project closer to becoming fully funded.
Plus, PowerUP Jax lead sponsor Community First is matching
donations dollar for dollar.
Learn about the innovative projects that''ll benefit QEA schools
October has been a big month -- and we're excited to announce
several opportunities that are bringing local education innovation
to a national audience.
Keep reading to learn more about how people around the U.S. are
learning from progress right here in Duval County.
A few months ago,
we asked for your help in sending us to the 2015 South by
Southwest Education conference (SXSWedu) to share School Facts
Jax with an audience of national education and technology
leaders as an example of the innovative efforts happening around
community engagement and public education in Jacksonville.
Today, we are thrilled to let you know you did it!
The Duval County School Board holds its regular
Continue to learn more.
The Duval County School Board holds a workshop.
Join us another school visit of the 2014-2015 school year to
highlight the diverse academic offerings in Duval County Public
Sign up today!