Nearly 350,000 students in Miami-Dade headed back to class Monday for the start of the new school year.
A new proposal, made by Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, if approved by the School Board, will have homeowners paying a lower rate of taxes to the Miami-Dade school district than last year.
Miami-Dade school board member Raquel Regalado discusses the $1.2 billion school bond
Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Broward County Schools announced Saturday that all classes have been canceled for Monday, August 27.
Bring a ‘business sense’ to the running of Miami-Dade’s public schools is the key to success. That’s according to Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who said their latest innovative ideas involve franchising, listen to the consumer and creating a for-profit business model for the school system.
More and more Florida high school students are making the grade. The state’s Department of Education released figures Monday which showed that the graduation rate increased to 80 percent in the 2010-11 school year.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho wants his schools to have wireless Internet and announced a plan Wednesday that could secure the funding needed to make his wish a reality.
The long summer break has come to an end as more than 600,000 students in Miami-Dade and Broward head back to class for the first day of the new school year.
The fate of Miami Edison Senior High School and Miami Central High School was decided Friday afternoon and both schools will remain under control of the Miami-Dade County School district.
It looks like Broward has lost out on their chance to possibly hire Alberto Carvalho to be their new Superintendent of schools.