Our Schools. Our Community. Our Future.
A referendum for school facilities and economic growth
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Financial Implications: How a 1/2 Penny Adds Up to Great Schools for Duval
How is the money distributed between charter and traditional schools?
Why is a voluntary half-penny sales tax being proposed at this time?
How do improved school buildings contribute to student achievement?
Why should I support this tax, if I don't have children or grandchildren attending public schools?
How will I know if the school district is doing what it says it will do with the money?
Will this tax last forever?
Why not use impact fees to meet the schools' needs?
Doesn't the money from the Florida Lottery fund schools?
Does any of this money go to the School Board or administrative salaries?
How does support for Duval County Public Schools compare with other districts?
What is the difference between capital and operational money?
Can't the school district borrow money by issuing bonds?
What question will voters see on the ballot?
How would the additional funds raised through a sales tax be used?
What would happen if voters do not approve the sales tax for education?