Parent Leader Spotlight: Better Communication about IEPs

Amy Boyle is using her experience with IEPs to help other families and teachers.

4/5/2021

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FAQ: Renaming Schools in Duval County

Frequently asked questions about renaming nine schools, including six that honor Confederates.

3/30/2021

Following the death of George Floyd, the Duval County School Board voted to begin a process to consider new names for nine schools in Duval County, including nine named for Confederates. Learn more in our FAQ.

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Teacher Leader Spotlight: 'Never miss an opportunity to make a change'

Nadine Ebri's students are scoring among the top in the district thanks to the support of JPEF's Teacher Leadership Initiative.

3/25/2021

Said Ms. Ebri: "My Algebra I students had the second-highest average out of all the middle schools in the district on PMA 3 [Progress Monitoring Activities]. I can attribute all their success to this project. Thank you."  

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Inside the School Leadership Initiative: Helping students climb out of the ‘pit’

JPEF's School Leadership Initiative helps build the leadership skills of Title I elementary school principals.

3/18/2021

This month, principals across Duval County joined a virtual learning session to talk about – “the learning pit” – a metaphor for the learning journey – and how teachers can support students to go in bravely with an academic mindset.

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School Leader Spotlight: Attracting great teachers at Woodland Acres Elementary

JPEF is supporting Principal Tiffany Green as she seeks to make Woodland Acres a destination for great teachers.

3/4/2021

"JPEF has allowed us to support our teachers through additional funding for program materials and additional coaching support."

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Upcoming Event

Applications Due for the Cindy Edelman Excellence in Teaching Fellowship

  • Date: Sunday, Feb 21, 2021
  • Time: 11:59PM to 11:59PM
  • Where: Online Application
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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.