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
In a series of new questions in JPEF’s Annual Public Education Perceptions poll, Jacksonville residents shared their views on what makes a high quality school.Read More
As a child in her native Philippines, Sarah Pasion always took the teacher role when she and her young cousins played teacher and students in a pretend classroom. Now a 15-year veteran educator in Jacksonville, she was named the 2019 Florida Blue Duval County Teacher of the Year.