Jacksonville Public Education Fund Thanks Voters for Supporting Public Schools Referendum

Voters overwhelmingly supported the half-penny for schools, by 67 percent.

11/3/2020

JPEF extends congratulations to the Duval County School Board and community groups that advocated for the measure, which passed 67 percent on Nov. 3.

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Twelve Public School Principals Selected for Founders Fellowships

The Jacksonville Public Education Fund is supporting principals in Title I elementary schools with professional learning communities, coaching and funding.

10/21/2020

The Jacksonville Public Education Fund is proud to announce twelve public school principals have been selected for four Founders Fellowships in the School Leadership Initiative.

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President's Message: What we’re learning from COVID-19

JPEF President Rachael Tutwiler Fortune offers some reflections on education in the pandemic.

10/20/2020

"While we still don’t know the full impact, it’s clear that it will be dramatic and long lasting."

 

 

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School leadership matters: Principal LaWanda Polydore

Principal LaWanda Polydore participated in JPEF's School Leader Summer Residency.

10/6/2020

“I will be changed forever. What you did for us was amazing. I keep my notes and my binder close and I apply it. I want to be the best leader that I can be.”

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Applications now open for the Cindy Edelman Excellence in Teaching Fellowship

What learning experience have you always dreamed of?

10/5/2020

Public school teachers in Duval County can now apply through Feb. 21, 2021 to pursue their dream professional learning experience.

 

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Upcoming Event

30th Annual EDDY Awards

You are invited to watch the first-ever televised EDDY Awards: Live from Jacksonville! 

  • Date: Wednesday, Jan 27, 2021
  • Time: 12:30PM to 1:30PM
  • Where: WJXT/Channel 4 and News4Jax.com
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2020 Annual report cover

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.