Posts in Education

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Kidblog

Welcome to today’s post! Hopefully you were able to attend the TEACH Conference on October 4 sponsored by WJCT at the Hyatt Riverfront Conference Center. It was a great day filled with fellowship and professional learning. I was asked by…

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Too Legit To Quit

It’s a fact: nowadays, being a teacher pretty much means being overwhelmed, overworked, and overstressed. Added to this fact, many of the stress management techniques suggested simply aren’t practical in a school setting. Is there anything you can do to…

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Welcome to WJCT’s Education Blog

Welcome to the educational blog from WJCT! For more than fifty-five years, education has been central to the mission of WJCT; serving as the First Coast’s most diversified education resource “…for citizens to come together to celebrate human diversity, experience…

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AMERICAN GRADUATE: Jacksonville University’s Dr. Donnie Horner

89.9 WJCT is participating in the American Graduate project supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  The goal of American Graduate is to reverse the national drop out crisis by identifying and then addressing the factors that cause students to leave school early.

“I’m Dr. Donnie Horner, and I’m the former City of Jacksonville Education Commissioner for Mayor Alvin Brown, delighted to be back home at JU after a two year hiatus with the mayor.”

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AMERICAN GRADUATE: Catherine Bekkedal, School Counseling Specialist

89.9 WJCT is participating in the American Graduate project supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  The goal of American Graduate is to reverse the national drop out crisis by identifying and then addressing the factors that cause students to leave school early.

“My name is Catherine Bekkedal and I am a district school counselor specialist with the Duval County Public Schools.”

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