Saturday, October 26th
8:30 AM - 1 PM
Jessie Ball DuPont Center, 40 E. Adams Street
Breakfast and lunch will be served

 

 

We are very excited for the 2020 Teachers of the Year to join us for an exciting day of fun, learning, and community building on October 26th at 8:30am at the Jessie Ball DuPont Center!

Our day will be centered around The Opportunity Myth - a study that shows that our schools are not providing the level of rigorous, engaging instruction that students need to be successful after graduating. Teachers of the Year will be able to select a session that will help them build their skills to be a leader for growth and improvement in their school and in Duval County.

We will close the day with a Community Learning Lunch hosted by The Center for Urban Education at UNF that will explore the history of education in Duval County and the legacy of Consolidation. Lunch will end by 1pm.

 

Breakfast and Welcome

8:30-9 AM, Lecture Hall

Overview of The Opportunity Myth

9-10 AM, Lecture Hall

Break

10-10:15 AM 

Breakout sessions, 10:15-11:45 AM
  • TNTP Session 1, Lecture Hall
  • TNTP Session 2, Seminar Room
  • CCR - Principles of Community Conferencing, Room 38 (basement)
  • MOSH Session, MOSH (walking distance from the DuPont Center)
  • Y4C Session, Roof Top 
Break & Pick up Lunch

11:45 -12 

TNTP wrap-up and session surveys

12-12:15, Lecture Hall

Lunch & Discussion

12:15 PM – 1:30 PM, Lecture Hall

  • Panel Discussion: The History and Legacy of Consolidation in Jacksonville: How did we get here?
  • Community Learning Exchange - Hosted by UNF Center For Urban Education

 

 

Upcoming Event

School Board Primary Elections

Four seats on the seven-member School Board are up for election this year. Learn about the candidates in our Advocacy Center so you can make an informed choice.

  • Date: Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020
  • Time: 7:00AM to 7:00PM
  • Where: Your Polling Place
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2019 Education Poll

Support for half-penny for schools 

In JPEF's 2019 Public Perceptions Poll, the Jacksonville community said once again they would support a small tax for schools.

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Did You Know?

86.5 % of students district-wide graduated high school in 2019, a record high.

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