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Join us on March 10 for Teaching Transformation, a free event at WJCT

As we continue to elevate the role of educators, there's one word to describe educators that comes to mind first: inspiring. Educators inspire students to reach higher, overcome obstacles inside and outside the classroom every day. They're often called mentors, counselors and great motivators to name a few. And the most important in-school factor in student achievement is the quality of the teacher in their classroom.

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2015 Legislative session preview

SchoolGradesInfograhicImproving the transition and use of the new Florida Standards and the Florida Standards Assessment are on the top of the agenda for this legislative session, which kicked off this week.

Keep reading to find out more and how to make your voice heard!

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Duval County School Board to vote on Superintendent's contract on March 3

If you've spent any time with our strategic plan or annual report, you know that visionary leadership is something we believe is vital to improving public education. On March 3, the Duval County School Board will take a vote on the superintendent's contact.

Continue reading to learn how you can share your thoughts on this important issue.

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In today's newspaper: What you said at the ONE by ONE Convention

Oneto One _Joshua Brangenberg 488In today's edition of The Florida Times-Union, our board chair shared some of the feedback received during the ONE by ONE Convention on January 31.

Keep reading to see what you had to say - and what's next.

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ONE by ONE, the transformative power of public education

The recent ONE by ONE Convention brought together educators, administrators, those in political office, clergy, community activists, parents and students; from elementary education to higher education, coming together in unity and solidarity to celebrate public education and the achievements of educators and administrators in Duval County Public Schools.

Local educator, William Jackson shares his thoughts on the transformative power of public education.

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