CFEED Legal Agreement Signing Event was held May 30, 2018 at Lake Nona Campus, Valencia College.

“This unprecedented partnership brings together organizations all along the education continuum.  In true partnership, together our organizations will learn from empirical data where opportunities exist to enhance student success.” –Paul Luna, President and CEO, Helios Education Foundation.

Leaders of the University of Central Florida, Valencia College, Orange County Public Schools and Osceola County Public Schools, along with the CEO of the Helios Education Foundation, sign a collaboration agreement to mark the inception of the Central Florida Education Ecosystem Database (CFEED), a first-of-its-kind collaboration. Valencia College Lake Nona campus, May 30, 2018 in Orlando, Fla.

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L to R:   Dr. Debra Pace, Superintendent, School District Osceola County; Dr. John C. Hitt, President UCF; Dr. Barbara Jenkins, Superintendent Orange County Public Schools; Dr. Sandy Shugart, President Valencia College; Paul J. Luna, President and CEO of Helios Education Foundation.