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Tag Archives: DCPS

The 2013-14 School Year Introduces the STEAM Cultural Passport

Nov

04

The Duval County Public School district, under the new leadership of Dr. Vitti, is putting into practice his belief in the concept of the “whole child”. This means that children…

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Artist in the Store: Michael Viafora

May

14

Michael Viafora is an authentic automotive artist who has been drawing , painting, and designing and rebuilding automobiles since winning a Pinewood Derby design contest as a child in his native state of New York. Viafora graduated from Jacksonville University and has been an art instructor for the…

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The Arts and Education Reform

Jul

09

Art saved me and it can help save other children who have academic struggles. It is my opinion that the arts are at the core of education reform and are a vital part of a well-rounded education for every child. Please join me in my arts advocacy.

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One in Three Exhibition Travels around Jacksonville

Dec

23

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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