Miami-Dade Public Schools’ Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho gained the title of National Superintendent of the Year on Thursday.
Many parents pass time in the sometimes forever-long school pick-up line by catching up with friends on the phone, or perhaps even finishing-up business over Bluetooth. But, in an effort to put the brakes on dangerous driving, the Broward school district is proposing a ban on all cell phone use on school property while driving.
A mystery illness that seems to be making its way around a Broward County school has prompted the school board to alert parents to the possible problem.
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.
The formula used to grade schools is changing once again. On Tuesday, the state’s Board of Education voted 4-3 to approve the formula change pushed by Education Commissioner Tony Bennett.
Miami-Dade school board member Raquel Regalado discusses the $1.2 billion school bond
The Miami-Dade School Board finalized its $2.7 billion budget and tax rate for 2012-13 without cutting teachers or elective classes.
In front of students, teachers and administrators, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho delivered his opening-of-school address for the 2012-2013 school year.
Full-time teachers will keep their jobs, more classes will live only on the internet, and administration will be streamlined under a $2.7 billion budget proposed my Miami-Dade’s school chief.
Conflict gave way to compromise at a Miami-Dade school board meeting Wednesday. The board discussed a controversial plan to expand ultra-selective MAST academy to Key Biscayne students. The proposal passed, but with significant changes from the last time the board discussed the issue last month.