Applications now open for the Cindy Edelman Excellence in Teaching Fellowship

What learning experience have you always dreamed of?

10/5/2020

Public school teachers in Duval County can now apply through Feb. 21, 2021 to pursue their dream professional learning experience.

 

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Jacksonville Public Education Fund Announces the Nominees for 2021 VyStar Duval County Teacher of the Year

More than 175 teachers were nominated for their school's honor during the 2020-2021 school year.

9/21/2020

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Inaugural Wolfburg Fellow named at West Riverside Elementary in surprise announcement

Gabriella Solano will lead a classroom project with students and deepen her knowledge of diversity issues in the classroom through the Fellowship.

9/15/2020

As the first Wolfburg Fellow, Ms. Solano will receive a total value of at least $7,000 for professional learning, including participation in JPEF’s Teacher Leadership Initiative, and a classroom research project to explore issues of identity and representation with her students.

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Press Release: Students Speak on the Half-Penny for Public Schools

Media and the public are invited to attend. Sign up at jaxpef.org/vote

8/28/2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., August 28, 2020 — Some of Duval County’s most prominent student leaders, who attend public schools across Duval County, will speak to education advocates, the media and the public on Monday during JPEF’s ONE by ONE call to mobilize support for the half-penny for public schools.

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JPEF launches classroom grants for teachers in partnership with Community First Cares Foundation

Teachers can find out how to apply at jaxpef.org/community-first.

8/25/2020

The partnership is the largest grant program of its kind for both organizations, who have worked together on several similar grant programs in the past few years.

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2020 Annual Report

Read about the impact you made by investing in the Jacksonville Public Education Fund.

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DID YOU KNOW?

 

87%

of public schools in Duval County earned an "A," "B," or "C" in 2018-2019.