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Tag Archives: public education

See Them Before They Are Gone!



Have you been in to see our Eugene Savage and One in Three exhibits? If not, you need to stop in before January 8th – this Sunday.

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One in Three Exhibition Travels around Jacksonville



One in Three: Let’s Solve our Dropout Crisis, is a powerful art exhibition and community mobilization effort to unite the city of Jacksonville and to create a common vision for our schools.

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Calling all Tweeters



Join us as an official 1 in 3 event opening tweeter.  Submit to us why you want to cover the community opening event and we may select you to be an official Cummer Tweeter on the afternoon of September 13th.  Recognizing that Duval County is at a critical moment for improving public education, the Jacksonville […]

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Director Hope McMath on One in Three



Hope McMath tells about the inspiration for the One in Three initiative.

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Robert Henri painting to Participate in Exhibition



In general, museums “loan” artwork from their permanent collection to other similar institutions for a variety of reasons. The most common type of loan request is for an exhibition. Although “loaning” artwork to another museum sounds easy, it is a complicated process that should be made with great care.

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ONE in THREE: Let’s Solve Our Dropout Crisis



Duval County is at a critical crossroads for improving public education. Therefore, the Jacksonville Public Education Fund has launched a year-long campaign called ONE by ONE in order to bring the community together with hopes of improving public education and lowering the dropout rate.

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