Annual Reports

 

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Our 2017 Prospectus shows how investing in our work can help every child in Duval County graduate prepared for success in college or a career and in life.

> Download the 2017 Prospectus

 

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Our Impact Report and Five-Year Review captures how our high-performing, high-capacity organization continues to move public education forward with the partnership and collaboration of important stakeholders. 

> Download the 2014 Impact Report & Five-Year Review

 

2014 yearly report

 

Our annual report takes an in-depth look at our work as seen through the lens of the four key levers that we believe are the keys to positive, long-term change for our city's public schools.

> Download the 2013 annual report. 

 

 

 

2013 yearly report

In Fiscal 2012, the Jacksonville Public Education Fund celebrated a number of exciting milestones. Goals set for the ONE by ONE community mobilization campaign were surpassed, and when it came time for a leadership transition in the public school system, citizens of Duval County stood rallied and ready to take public education in this city to a new level. 

> Download the 2012 annual report.  

 

 

 

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In Fiscal 2011, the Jacksonville Public Education published its first annual report of activities, including the launch of major initiatives in data and policy research, community mobilization and advocacy.

See the below to learn more about the organization as it began to reach full capacity two years after organizing in 2009. 

> Download the 2011 annual report. 

 

 

 

Upcoming Event

EDTalks

Join us at EDTalks to learn how great public schools can catalyze economic growth for our city.

  • Date: Wednesday, Sep 18, 2019
  • Time: 11:30AM to 1:00PM
  • Where: The Omni Jacksonville Hotel
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2019 Education Poll

Support for half-cent tax 

In JPEF's 2019 Public Perceptions Poll, the Jacksonville community said once again they would support a small tax for schools.

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Did You Know?

85.1 % of students district-wide graduated high school in 2018, a record high.

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