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College affordability: What you need to know about this important barrier to postsecondary education

undefinedAs we enter the time of year when many Duval County high school graduates will be starting their first days of college, we also enter a time when many students are faced with stressful decisions about how to afford a college education. Read on to discover some important high-level findings for both students approaching college and all of us concerned about the impact of student debt on the larger economy.

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New initiative aims to listen to and activate public school students

The Jacksonville Public Education Fund, in collaboration with several local organizations, is assembling a group of dynamic and driven Duval County youth to speak on their current experience as public school students and personal definitions of success. Read on to learn more about the initiative, called ONE by ONE: Student Voice, which will kick off with a community meeting taking place in three different regions around the city. Participants will have the opportunity to listen directly to students, then work with them in small groups to take action.

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ONE by ONE: Student Voice - What does success look like for our youth?

Too often, crucial public education decisions are made without the group that is the most affected by these changes: students. That’s why the Jacksonville Public Education Fund, in collaboration with several local organizations, is assembling a group of dynamic and driven Duval County youth to speak on their current experience as public school students and personal definitions of success. We welcome public school parents, teachers, administrators, community members and organizations working directly with our students into the conversation about how Jacksonville might look like if all of our students had access to the resources they need to achieve their goals.

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