Dade Teachers Unhappy Over Agreement With DistrictSome Miami-Dade County school teachers say they are not too happy with the recent agreement between the union and school district.
Focus on South Florida: "Let's Talk it Out" A disturbing trend in South Florida is putting all of our children in potential danger. An increase in youth violence here has resulted in teens killing teens, sometimes with guns brought to school, and teens committing suicide as a result of bullying. "Let's Talk It Out" is a program whose goal it is to introduce simple techniques to youth and teens to resolve conflicts. We focus on the program, how it works, and if it’s helping.
Officials Want Hispanic Heritage Month To Grow UpMiami Dade County School Board members pushed for an upgrade in schools’ learning activities during Hispanic Heritage month.
Student Arrested For Alleged Sexual Assault At South Florida SchoolAn investigation is underway at South Dade Senior High School after a female was allegedly sexually assaulted after school was dismissed Friday.
Unaccompanied Minors In Miami Take English Classes On 1st Day Of SchoolThe crisis of thousands of unaccompanied minors crossing the Mexican border is being felt across the United States and in South Florida as well.
It's Down-To-The-Wire For Students Prepping To Go Back To School Many parents spent most of Sunday getting their kids ready to go back to school.
Teacher Says Anti-Obama Views Got Him Banned From Attending SpeechWhen President Barack Obama appeared at Coral Reef High School, he was met with applause and cheers. But at least one Coral Reef Senior High teacher said his dislike of Obama kept him from attending the president’s speech.
March Down Biscayne Blvd. Promotes Teaching In South FloridaTeachers, students, parents, community organizations and elected officials marched down Biscayne Boulevard Friday to show support for better public schools.
Idea Floated To Randomly Drug Test High School AthletesThe bands, the face paint, the Friday night lights are back in South Florida as the high school football season kicks off.
Carvalho Plan Could Make All Schools WirelessMiami-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.
Survivors Give Hope To StudentsIt was Student Awareness Day for some 600 Miami-Dade and Monroe High School students Monday, but what many of them became aware of is something that everyone can never forget.
Spoelstra & Heat Head Back to SchoolThursday, Spoelstra and other members of the Miami Heat organization went back to school at W.R. Thomas Middle School to teach kids that there’s more going on in an NBA franchise than just the action on the court.