Second annual ONE by ONE convention set for Jan. 18

Second annual ONE by ONE convention set for Jan. 18
More than 150 delegates participated in the first annual ONE by ONE convention at the Prime Osborn on Jan. 5, 2013

This year community delegates to the Jacksonville Public Education Fund’s (JPEF) second annual ONE by ONE convention will assess key indicators of progress toward the priorities established last year in the Community Agreement.

More than 150 delegates participated in the first annual ONE by ONE convention at the Prime Osborn on Jan. 5, 2013

More than 150 delegates participated in the first annual ONE by ONE convention at the Prime Osborn on Jan. 5, 2013

The ONE by ONE Community Agreement focuses on four priorities for public education in Duval County: Educate the Whole Child, Great Teachers & Leaders, Policy & Political Reform, and Family & Caregiver Involvement. The agreement has been ratified by more than 2,300 community members and was instrumental in the Duval County Public School Strategic Plan, which includes three of the four priorities.

The convention, called The Progress of Public Education, will be held on Saturday, Jan. 18, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Prime Osborn Convention Center. Delegates will spend the day learning and sharing information, connecting and collaborating, and then taking action by personally and collectively committing to advance those priorities.
Trey Csar, president of the JPEF, indicated that the 2013 convention was successful due to the diverse mix of people from all over Duval County working toward a common goal.
You can follow a live blog of the event on jaxpef.org or on Twitter (#onebyonejax).

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