Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho
Violent crime in the City of Miami has been dropping over the past ten years, but juvenile crime has been rising, according to police and young people are becoming the targets more than before.
Community leaders lead by Miami-Dade Schools’ Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and police chiefs made a plea on Tuesday, urging everyone to “Say something” if they had “seen something” that could be a crime or could lead to a crime.
Florida’s First Lady Ann Scott kicked off this year’s Celebrate Literacy week at a lucky South Florida high school.
School buses in Miami-Dade rolled out as usual Monday morning thanks to a weekend of talks between Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, his staff and union leaders.
First Lady Ann Scott will be joined by Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho as she kicks off the annual Celebrate Literacy, Florida! week in Miami.
More than 20 pastors from around Miami-Dade met with Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa for a few hours on Tuesday and say he endorsed some of their ideas to curb the shootings that plagued the inner city.