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The Duval County School Board is holding the first of four scheduled community conversations Monday evening about what qualities are important in a new superintendent.

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Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry surprised a group of Duval County Lee High School leadership students with suite tickets to two Jaguars home games. The teens will go in two groups.

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The Duval County School Board is in the process of hiring a permanent superintendent, which board members say they’d like to see selected before this summer.

FSCJ And Other State Colleges Look For Money To Close Jobs Gap

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Florida state colleges will make a pitch to lawmakers during the 2018 session to restore a $30 million budget cut and increase funding to hire more faculty, provide more counseling services and create more programs aimed at closing the “employment gap” in high-demand jobs.

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Three Ribault High School students are being arrested for battery after videos of two incidents  on Friday started making the rounds on the internet.

One video shows students pushing and attacking an administrator, another video captured the same day shows students damaging the principal’s car.

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Four Duval County students received leadership awards from the Florida Department of Education Wednesday. The children were recognized for overcoming challenges that ranged from family issues to learning difficulties.

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The Duval County School District is one of 13 counties that jointly filed a lawsuit in Leon County Monday, against the state regarding a new education law.

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The Duval County School Board plans to hire a new superintendent by this coming spring — that’s if everything goes according to schedule. The board laid out a timeline Tuesday.

FSCJ President Cynthia Bioteau

The state Board of Education will meet in Jacksonville Wednesday.

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A class of Joseph Stilwell Military Academy of Leadership eighth-graders got to go to college Friday.

The students were participating in a leadership project held at the University of North Florida.