Ale'ta Turner is a mother of two and one of the graduates in the inaugural cohort of Parents Who Lead. We asked her a few questions about her experience in the program. Here's what she said.
"Parent leaders are a part of the solution and can uplift the work of others serving our children every day."Read More
Tiffany Clark is a recent graduate of Parents Who Lead. We asked her a few questions about her experience in the program. Here's what she said.
"Parents Who Lead is the map, the compass and your personal guide to improving child and outcomes in your community."Read More
The Florida Times-Union covered the graduation of the first cohort of Parents Who Lead, detailing the community projects underway to improve the well-being of children in Duval County.Read More
Teachers discuss the impact of implicit bias in their classrooms
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.Read More
The JPEF team is thrilled to welcome Coretta Hill as JPEF’s new Vice President.Read More