Bells will sound Monday morning, ringing in the first day of the 2014-2015 school year.
Monday morning means back-to-school for students all across South Florida and for parents, the day means dropping kids off at the stop.
Miami-Dade County school administrators packed an auditorium Friday to hear their leader address the coming school year challenges.
Students will be randomly tested for drugs this school year, according to a new plan.
Miami-Dade County Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho did something unique Wednesday to “honor students whose paths have been both difficult but also inspirational.”
The Miami-Dade School district announced Tuesday a plan for a pilot program for the random drug testing of students participating in sports and other extracurricular activities. Miami-Dade County Public Schools will be implementing the program for the 2014-2015 school year.
A ruling against the Miami-Dade County Public School District was the first-ever ruling under Florida statutes, written specifically to prevent school districts from taking “unlawful reprisals” against employees who support charter school conversions.
The crisis of children crossing the border without their parents and filling up shelters in Miami-Dade county is becoming an impending issue in Florida’s public school system.
There was a lot of noise at a usually quiet place. Students, teachers, parents and staff at Coral Park Elementary in Southwest Miami-Dade were ecstatic over the newly renovated library.
Another big honor for Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho. On Thursday, he was recognized for his work by President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at a White House ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year announcement.