Achieve Escambia wants 60 percent of population workforce ready by 2025


A group of more than 100 people typed their feelings on the economic and educational future of Escambia County’s children into their smartphones.

Eventually, three words emerged prominently out of a word soup of thoughts on a big screen in the front of the room. The three most recurring words were hopeful, optimistic and excited.

On Wednesday, we hosted  our 2018 community report on the state of education in Escambia County. The report, presented at C.A. Weis Community Partnership School, highlighted Achieve Escambia's accomplishments over the past year, its goals for the coming year, and the long-term goals and challenges in front of the community.

Read the full PNJ coverage HERE.

Read the 2018 Community Report HERE.

Jill Thomas