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2013
Education
Perceptions
Poll
December 13, 2013
Overview
• Poll conducted by UNF Public Opinion
Research Laboratory
• Consensus around current and potential
improvement e...
Leadership team
52%

50%

Effective

35%
Superintendent Nikolai Vitti

Duval County School Board

Ineffective
22%

Superin...
Parents vs. Non-parents
Respondents who were parents of students in
Duval County Public Schools …
• Considered “Increase s...
Which priority is most
important?
30%
25%
20%
Superintendent Nikolai Vitti
15%
10%
5%

0%
Great Teachers
& Leaders
Priorit...
Would you support or oppose a small
increase in property taxes if those
taxes go to public education?
Oppose
32%

Support
...
Technology: Should schools
provide universal laptops/tablets?
Agree, 64%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%

10%
0%

Disagree, 34%
Deciding on a School: Factors
Test Scores &
School Grades

41%
20%

Word of Mouth

6%

Media
17%

Perceptions of
Safety

1...
Common Core State Standards
“It is important for Florida students to be held to the
same standards as the students in othe...
For more information visit SchoolFactsJax.org
and click the What’s New box:

- Fully interactive poll results
- Sort by Pa...
Thank you!
• Full report available on jaxpef.org
• Poll will be administered annually
• Information will be provided to
de...
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Jacksonville Public Education Fund 2013 Education Perceptions Poll

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In December 2013, the Jacksonville Public Education Fund released its first Annual Education Perceptions Poll. This is the slide deck used at the press conference. Full poll results and data visualizations are available at www.jaxpef.org.

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  • The last year has been one of significant positive change for public educationWe have seen unprecedented community and district alignment around some key priorities that were jointly identified around this time last year
  • JCCI comparisonReally shows that the superintendent and school board are a team
  • Priorities from the strategic plan and community agreementWhich priority is most important to address first?As you can see, the community felt that working to develop great teachers and leaders was a top priority. This really shows where there can be a great area of alignment — community, district, philanthropic.
  • Additional notes:The IRS regulations that govern spending limits specifically cover lobbying on specific pieces of legislation.Under our current and proposed budgets, we could spend up to $225,000 on these activities per yearOur current spending on this is $0The Rapid Response Team is something that we have done informally in the past – this formalizes the process and ensures that the board is always in the loopHand over to Deirdre to set up the guiding principles discussion and breakout instructions.
  • Additional notes:The IRS regulations that govern spending limits specifically cover lobbying on specific pieces of legislation.Under our current and proposed budgets, we could spend up to $225,000 on these activities per yearOur current spending on this is $0The Rapid Response Team is something that we have done informally in the past – this formalizes the process and ensures that the board is always in the loopHand over to Deirdre to set up the guiding principles discussion and breakout instructions.
  • Emerging issue of school grades
  • - Finally, we wanted to draw your attention to a question that really demonstrates the support in the community for a crucial education improvement that has been in the news lately. Common Core State Standards will ensure that students in Florida are meeting the same high expectations as students in other states. When we asked respondents whether this was important, they agreed by a very wide margin. This shows that we need to continue to educate the public on what these standards are.
  • Thank you so much for taking time to be here today. This poll will be an annual event, and the information from the poll will be presented to delegates to the Second Annual ONE by ONE convention on January 18, 2014. We encourage you all to be there.Now I’ll take some questions.
  • Transcript of "Jacksonville Public Education Fund 2013 Education Perceptions Poll"

    1. 1. 2013 Education Perceptions Poll December 13, 2013
    2. 2. Overview • Poll conducted by UNF Public Opinion Research Laboratory • Consensus around current and potential improvement efforts • Positive trend on district leadership • Significant majorities favor increases in funding and technology • Support for joint community-district priorities
    3. 3. Leadership team 52% 50% Effective 35% Superintendent Nikolai Vitti Duval County School Board Ineffective 22% Superintendent Nikolai Vitti
    4. 4. Parents vs. Non-parents Respondents who were parents of students in Duval County Public Schools … • Considered “Increase safety and discipline in schools” the least important initiative • Were more likely to recommend DCPS to a friend • Rated the overall performance of the school district significantly higher
    5. 5. Which priority is most important? 30% 25% 20% Superintendent Nikolai Vitti 15% 10% 5% 0% Great Teachers & Leaders Priority 30% Caregiver & Community Engagement 24% Whole Child Education Effcient & Fair Resources 27% 15%
    6. 6. Would you support or oppose a small increase in property taxes if those taxes go to public education? Oppose 32% Support 67%
    7. 7. Technology: Should schools provide universal laptops/tablets? Agree, 64% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Disagree, 34%
    8. 8. Deciding on a School: Factors Test Scores & School Grades 41% 20% Word of Mouth 6% Media 17% Perceptions of Safety 15% Something Else 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50%
    9. 9. Common Core State Standards “It is important for Florida students to be held to the same standards as the students in other states so we can know how our students are performing compared to students nationwide.” 100% Agree, 89% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Disagree, 10%
    10. 10. For more information visit SchoolFactsJax.org and click the What’s New box: - Fully interactive poll results - Sort by Parent Status, Race/Ethnicity, and Political Registration of respondents
    11. 11. Thank you! • Full report available on jaxpef.org • Poll will be administered annually • Information will be provided to delegates at the ONE by ONE Convention on January 18, 2014
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