Meet the JPEF team: Warren Buck, Director of Teacher Leadership

The Jacksonville Public Education Fund is thrilled to welcome Warren Buck to the team.

6/26/2019

We asked Warren a few questions about his career and what he hopes to accomplish at JPEF.

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Supporting teacher leaders through the JPEF summer fellowship

The e-cubed summer fellowship is an intensive learning experience that JPEF developed to support teacher leaders in and out of the classroom.

6/17/2019

The e-cubed summer fellowship is an intensive learning experience that JPEF developed to support teacher leaders in and out of the classroom.

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Reflections from Stephanie Bellino: "I have grown in ways I never thought possible"

The 2018 Florida Blue Duval County Teacher of the Year shares her reflections on what she learned.

4/19/2019

"JPEF truly opened up not only my world, but that of my students as well."

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A parent leader in action

Teachers discuss the impact of implicit bias in their classrooms

3/11/2019

Whitney Touchton, a participant in Parents Who Lead, led a session on implicit bias at the WJCT Teach Conference, bringing some of Duval County's top teachers to speak with more than 50 other educators about how to create a classroom environment where all students can thrive.

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Leader in Me: profile of a Duval County Public Schools elementary school teacher

6/12/2018

For Nilda Allen, a Windy Hill Elementary School teacher, the best part about interacting with Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) and being selected as her school’s 2018 Teacher of the Year was the love she felt from the community outside of her school’s four walls.

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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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