The fall’s ONE by ONE community meeting will bring much of what you expect from our gatherings: new and crucial information, deep discussion with fellow advocates from across the city, opportunities to take action. You will hear directly from Superintendent Nikolai Vitti about how transformation is taking place, and ask your questions too.
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.
This fall, you have the power to change that with just one
click. Our new PowerUP Jax Lightning Round starts today and
runs through October 10. It's a contest among four innovative
PowerUP Jax projects, all chosen for their innovative teaching
practices and impact on student engagement.
Read more to see how you can help a local teacher win a $250
PowerUP Jax award!
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Join us for a special kickoff event, the ONE by ONE Community
Meeting focused on the Quality Education for All Fund! The Quality
Education for All Fund is getting started this year, and community
input and action are crucial. This five-year, $50 million
locally-based initiative aims to invest where it's needed most.
Sign up for our upcoming event!
Gaining leadership skills is important for young girls as they
academically progress from elementary, middle and high
Continue reading to learn about two local nonprofits with
current leadership opportunities.
Under Dr. Nikolai Vitti's leadership the district has emphasized
art education with equitable funding by ensuring that 106
elementary schools have at least one full-time art and music
teacher. Also, there's an art or music program in every Duval
County middle or high school.
Continue reading to learn about the district's commitment to
educating the whole child.
This primary election, the Duval County Supervisor of
Elections canvassing board examined ballots for the Duval County
School Board District 2 and Florida House District 15 races.
Continue reading to learn the importance of making your voice
The City of Jacksonville's Human Rights Commission (JHRC) is
presenting a series of events in commemoration of the 50th
anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. These
special events are an excellent opportunity for the citizens of
Jacksonville to celebrate the benefits and accomplishments that
followed the signing of this historic Act.
WJCT is proud to present the third annual TEACH
Conference, an event created to engage, empower and inspire
Please plan to join us on Monday, October 6, from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. for a special kickoff event where you will hear directly from
Superintendent Nikolai Vitti about how this transformation is
taking place, and ask your questions alongside teachers, students
and fellow education advocates.