Threatening Fax Prompts "Alert" At Miami-Dade, Broward Schools Miami-Dade and Broward County public schools were placed on alert Thursday regarding 'less than credible' threats, according to authorities.
Miami-Dade Students Excel In ClassroomMiami-Dade public school students are making the grade in the classroom.
Miami-Dade Principal Run Over By SUV Has Legs AmputatedDoctors were forced to amputate a much-loved Miami-Dade school principal's legs Thursday after an SUV slammed into him.
South Dade Principal Struck By SUV Now "Stable"A South Florida principal was critically injured after he was struck by an out-of-control driver at Tamiami Park.
New "Shop" To Help Dade's Homeless Students Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and members of the school board will officially open the district's new 'shop' that assists homeless students a week from today.
Dade To Vote On Hoverboard Ban In SchoolsMiami-Dade School officials are voting on whether to ban the use of hoverboards at schools.
College & Career Fair Helps Thousands Of StudentsMany students know exactly what they want to do after high school, others are not so sure. This event helps them.
Middle School Kids Acting "Out Of It" Taken To HospitalSeveral middle school kids were checked out by Miami-Dade paramedics after they ingested something they shouldn't have.
Dade, Broward Schools Monitoring Erika's ProgressNow that Tropical Storm Erika is not expected to reach hurricane strength before it impacts South Florida, many are wondering what that means for school on Monday.
Miami-Dade Schools Face Legal Tab In Charter School CaseAn administrative law judge said Tuesday the Miami-Dade County School Board should pay $233,000 in attorneys' fees in a case filed by employees who said they faced retaliation for trying to open a charter school.
Carvalho Unveils School Budget ProposalMiami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has released his budget recommendation for the next school year.
State Announces Math Assessments Won’t Factor Into Final School Grades Standardized testing was in a state of disarray throughout the 2014-2015 school year in Florida. Now another issue has led the state to eliminate the requirement of some math assessments from the final course grades.