Make your voice heard on the new Florida standards and test!


This week, Duval County public school students began taking the new Florida Standards Assessment. As you may already know, school districts throughout Florida have had technology difficulties with administering the new assessment. 

ONE by ONE DelegatesAnd it's' not just that. Parents, caregivers, teachers and community members have a lot of questions about the new standards and the test. Want to find answers to your questions and concerns - and make your voice heard to decision-makers? 

Plan to attend the next ONE by ONE Public Education Forum on March 30, where you'll get important information about the changes and what's happening in Tallahassee. Most importantly, you'll get a chance to discuss this issue with public education advocates from around Duval County, and be empowered to speak up and speak out!

ONE by ONE Public Education Forum
Topic: New Florida Standards and Test
March 30, 2015

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Friday Musicale, 645 Oak St. Jacksonville, FL 32202

What to expect:

> Panel discussion including Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Nikolai Vitti
> Q & A Session
> Action-oriented small group conversations
> Advocacy tools and options
> Practical advice for parents and caregivers

In the meantime, find the latest resources about this important issue by Ready to take action? Visit our advocacy center today to write a letter to your elected leaders.

We look forward to seeing you on March 30. Thank you for moving public education forward!


Trey Csar, President

​P.S. Show your support for great educators! Join the celebration of the county's leading teachers and find out who will be the next Teacher of the Year at the EDDY Awards on March 11! Get tickets here.




of public schools in Duval County earned an "A," "B," or "C" in 2021-2022.