How you can help those still recovering from Hurricane Irma

9/28/2017

Many are still recovering from the storm. We want to make sure you are aware of critical resources available to you and your community

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Jacksonville Jaguars to present Maira Martelo with NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award

9/15/2017

Maira Martelo, JPEF Director of Community Mobilization, will be honored by the Jacksonville Jaguars during this Sunday’s home opener against the Tennessee Titans on Sept. 17 as the recipient of the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award.

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Meet the Team: Laura Alrutz, Senior Manager of Policy Analysis

8/22/2017

Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) is excited to welcome four new staff members to our team. We invite you to learn more about Laura, and how she developed her passion for ensuring excellent education opportunities exist for all students in Duval County.

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Meet the Team: Zachary Champagne, Director of Advocacy and Program

8/21/2017

Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) is excited to welcome four new staff members to our team. We invite you to learn more about Zak, 2010 Duval County Teacher of the Year, and how he developed his passion for ensuring excellent education opportunities exist for all students in Duval County.

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Meet the Team: ReGina Newkirk, Director of Development

8/17/2017

Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF) is excited to welcome four new staff members to our team. Each new member joins JPEF with an extensive background in education and unique experiences in the classroom and beyond. We invite you to learn more about ReGina, and check back tomorrow as we share more about our other new colleagues and how they developed their passion for ensuring excellent education opportunities exist for all students in Duval County.

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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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